The guidance every nonprofit needs to plan the best survive-and-succeed strategy in any economy
The slow and uneven climb out from the Great Recession promises nonprofits an economic future that is unlike the past. Get equipped with the tools you need to plan your resilient nonprofit strategy with Recession, Recovery, and Renewal: Long-Term Nonprofit Strategies for Rapid Economic Change. This dynamic book reveals how your nonprofit can choose and assess indicators that will anticipate rapid twists in the road. It illustrates how your nonprofit can adapt management, programs, skills, leadership, and governance to take advantage of—rather than suffer through—rapid and constant change.
This book is a practical guide that teaches readers to identify, choose and track trend indicators in the market; establish systems to take up and act on both challenges and opportunities surfaced by those indicators; and produce concrete evidence of the impact of paying attention to those indicators.
-Examines the Great Recession and its effect on government finance
-Explores economic and industrial structure and performance over the next two decades, domestically and globally
-Provides a concrete strategic guide toward change, grow capacity, and fulfillment of your nonprofit's mission
-Offers a practical guide to restructuring the business model of nonprofits to anticipate—not react—to change
-Documents the nature and levels of current and future economic change
Featuring a profile self-assessment questionnaire to help readers determine their readiness to adapt to change and to produce evidence to support innovation and performance and case studies written by agencies of Omnicom, a global Fortune 200 company, together with their nonprofit and corporate partners based on actual strategy development, Recession, Recovery, and Renewal: Long-Term Nonprofit Strategies for Rapid Economic Change is the first book to provide the nonprofit sector with a concrete guide to organizational strategy based on documented statistical evidence of the future economic and leadership structure—that will eventually become the operating environment.
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