ELGP 2021 PROJECT – INVOLVEMENT OF THE BOARD IN DEVELOPING A VISION AND PURPOSE, AND CREATING A STRATEGY FOR A NON FOR PROFIT
Well done to our ELGP 2021 participants who have done an amazing job on preparing the project that explores the topic of Involvement of the Board in Developing a Vision and Purpose and Creating a Strategy for a Not for Profit.
Having a strategic lens is one of the key functions of a Board Director, however a Board’s responsibility also extends to creating and embedding a vision, purpose and strategy. This e-book provides aspiring and current Board Directors with a practical overview of why the vision and strategy is important to Not-for-Profit (NFP) operations and growth and practical considerations for Boards in the Not-for-Profit sector. It also outlines the responsibilities for creating and embedding a vision and strategy and provides an overview of the people and processes to revisit and revalidate a vision and strategy. A key responsibility for the Board is keeping the NFP accountable to working towards enacting the vision and purpose through a strategically set of planned actions. Ultimately, the Board plays a vital role in embedding and reinforcing a vision driven NFP community through applying strategic decision making.
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