Nonprofit 411: Strategic Planning…Now?
When COVID-19 entered our lives, many of us reacted with panic and uncertainty. Immediately, nonprofit organizations were faced with some big questions: How will this shift from the business-as-usual impact our clients, our employees, our donors? Will we still be able to deliver quality programs and services? How will this impact our bottom line? All of these are legitimate questions nonprofits are asking themselves, and the answers have resulted in a significant shift in the way many organizations are now operating and delivering services.
Partnerships, Mergers, and Acquisitions – The New Vocabulary for Social Service Agencies – Providers’ Council
If your organization is like many social service agencies, you are witnessing a transformation from pay-for-performance to value-based reimbursement. Shifts in reimbursement models are aligned with heightened funder expectations of robust customer service, high satisfaction rates, and active stakeholder engagement.
Join our President and Founder, Alison Gray, for this important virtual workshop, Scenario Planning in Times of Uncertainty, on Thursday, October 29 from 1-2:30 p.m. at the Providers’ Council’s virtual 45th Annual Convention & Expo: SpeakUp4Equity.
Organizations must be prepared to shift programming in response to changes in revenue, regulations, and resources. Join our Founder and President, Alison Gray, as she provides strategies for scenario planning as part of the Providers’ Council’s 45th Annual Convention & Expo. The workshop will also feature Dr. Jennifer Childs-Roshak, MD, MBA, President and CEO of Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, who will share a case example of how scenario planning enabled her leadership team to adjust in times of change.