2. The Failing to Create a Winner Nonprofit Strategy Mistake

Does your nonprofit’s current strategy make you look professional? More importantly, is it a winner? That is, when you use it, does your nonprofit succeed? This video outlines three tests you can apply to your current strategy to help you find out.

Chapters of The Failing to Create a Winner Nonprofit Strategy Mistake

00:00 Introduction: How Can You Tell if Your Strategy is a winner?
00:12 Test 1: Brevity
00:33 Test 2: Challenging and Engaging
01:25 Test 3: One Size Fits All
01:45 To win, your nonprofit needs a unique, custom strategy
02:00 About this series

Nonprofit organizations that experience abrupt threats to their sustainability, like the COVID pandemic, act with purpose. That is, they create a strategy and execution plan to move forward. A strategy, among other things, is your master plan to win–to survive and thrive now. Yet, many nonprofits create strategies that don’t help them and make them look unprofessional. This series, 7 Strategy Mistakes that Make Your Nonprofit Look Unprofessional, explores common mistakes.

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7 Strategy Mistakes that Make Your Nonprofit Look Unprofessional


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