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Business Plan: Organization and Management
Whatever prompts the writing of your business plan, creating it should be a beneficial and rewarding experience. When all is said and done, you’ll have a thorough, living document that you can come back to time and again to help guide the future of your organization. In fact, if you don’t plan to revisit it every month, you’re not optimizing your management, or your plan.
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At some point in the process of starting or managing your nonprofit, you will probably realize that you need a business plan. Someone—maybe a trusted advisor or potential board member—asks to see your business plan or suggests that you create one, or perhaps your organization has received a generous donation and it’s time to strategize the use of those funds. Maybe a potential donor has requested to see a business plan prior to footing the bill for a major project. Or, the best possible reason, you want to manage better, prioritize, set tasks and schedules, review performance metrics, and improve accountability.
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