Entries for November 2014

The Value of Being "Strategically Opportunistic"

Lester Olmstead-Rose // Thursday, November 20, 2014

The Value of Being "Strategically Opportunistic"

Very strategic organizations are smart about scanning for and responding to opportunities — that’s part of being strategic! But mastering the balance strategy and opportunity demands that organizations be intentional about building their intended future. So…for every opportunity, how do you respond strategically?

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Categories: Nonprofits, Change Management, Strategic Planning
Tags: decision making, strategy

In Forging Partnerships, Avoid Putting Form Over Function

Jo DeBolt // Wednesday, November 12, 2014

In Forging Partnerships, Avoid Putting Form Over Function

Figuring out where you want to go and determining all of the things you’ll need to get there is the smart beginning point in forming strategic partnerships. Rushing to the decision on structure may leave you with your bags packed only to discover you can’t get where you want to go on the vehicle you chose.  

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Categories: Nonprofits, Collaboration and Strategic Restructuring
Tags: collaboration, decision making, strategic restructuring