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Organization%20Planning.8.03 - Elements of an Organization...

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Elements of an Organization Planning Process Review of organization’s mission statement. Review of organization’s vision, values. Evaluation of progress toward it’s goals. Self-evaluation of the Board. Examination of the external and internal environments of the nonprofit. Gathering of input from staff, committees, and constituents. Assignment of responsibilities to committees by the Board. Adoption of an annual budget. Assignment of responsibilities to committees by the Board. Development of work plans in pursuit of the objectives. Norms for how work gets done and decisions get made by the Board. Reporting on goals and accomplishments to the nonprofit’s constituencie. Your Organization Three Years From Now… Daydream about your organization and what you want it to look like three years from now. What do you want for the nonprofit? Work through the following topics to get a clearer picture of where you want to be. Constituency Whom will you be serving? Will that population be different from today’s? How? Who will be your members and supporters? How will they be different from your present constituency? Why? Program/Services What activities, services and programs will you be carrying out three years from now? What will the mix of those services look like? Why? Workforce What kind of staff will the organization have, both paid and volunteer? What will they be doing? What kind of qualifications and training will they have? How much will they be paid? Financial Resources What will your budget be? Where will the money come from? Describe the organization’s financial situation.
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