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Title The sustainability mindset : using the matrix map to make strategic decisions / Steve Zimmerman, Jeanne Bell.
Author Zimmerman, Steve, 1970-
Publication San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, Wiley, 2014.
Description 1 online resource.
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Note Includes index.
Summary "The Matrix Map--a powerful tool for nonprofit strategic decision-makingNonprofit sustainability lies at the intersection of exceptional impact and financial viability. The Sustainability Mindset offers nonprofit professionals and board members a step-by-step guide to move your organization towards this intersection. As outlined in the bestselling book Nonprofit Sustainability, "The Matrix Map" is an accessible framework that combines financial and programmatic goals into an integrated strategy. In this next-step resource, the authors detail a rigorous process to develop a meaningful Matrix Map and engage leadership in setting an organization's strategy. Nonprofits that thrive in today's environment are adaptable with a clear understanding of their impact and business model. This book offers nonprofit boards and staff a framework to do so. Drawing on their in-depth experience, the authors provide an easy-to-follow process complete with tools and templates to help organizations visualize their business model and engage in strategic inquiry. The book provides a variety of illustrative examples to show how the Matrix Map works for all types of organizations. Nonprofit executives and board member are sure to benefit from The Matrix Map analysis. Offers step-by-step guidance for creating a Matrix-Map, a visual representation of an organization's business model Helps organizations assess how each of their programs contributes toward their desired impact and their financial bottom-line. Filled with compelling examples of how The Matrix Map helps nonprofits with strategic decision-making Written by the coauthors of the groundbreaking book Nonprofit Sustainability This comprehensive resource will give any nonprofit the framework they need to make decisions for sustainability and the templates and tools to implement it and help leaders address the challenges inherent in balancing mission impact with financial viability"-- Provided by publisher.
"This book offers nonprofit professionals and board members a guide to implementing The Matrix Map-a proven model that is designed to give organizations the tools they need to sustain exceptional impact and long-term financial viability. The authors detail an accessible process that clearly shows how to incorporate the Matrix Map into an organization's strategic decision-making"-- Provided by publisher.
Note Machine generated contents note: 1 Introduction 2 The Matrix Map 3 Getting Started: The Introductory Meeting 4 Articulating Impact 5 Assessing Mission Impact 6 Determining Profitability 7 Putting It All Together 8 Reading the Matrix Map: Developing the Key Messages 9 Program-Level Strategic Inquiry 10 Case Studies 11 The Sustainability Mindset Notes The Authors Index.
Contents The Sustainability Mindset: Using the Matrix Map to Make Strategic Decisions; Copyright; Contents; Figures, Tables, Exhibits, and Templates; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Introduction; Defining Nonprofit Sustainability; The Context Today; On Strategy; On the State of Nonprofit Financial Health; On the Notion of Overhead; On Impact; On Organizational Forms; About This Book; Chapter 2: The Matrix Map; The Nonprofit Business Model; The Matrix Map; When Is the Best Time to Put a Matrix Map Together?; Updating the Matrix Map; Who Should Be Involved in the Matrix Map Process?; Senior Leadership
Board of DirectorsStaff; Outside Stakeholders; Steps in the Process; Summary: Using this Field Guide; Chapter 3: Getting Started; Guiding the Process: Establishing a Task Force; Choosing a Project Manager; Introductory Meeting; Overview of the Concept; Introducing the Matrix Map; Identifying Strategic Issues; Constituent Needs; Funding Trends; Other External Forces; Internal Forces; Articulating Strategic Issues; Templates; Summary; Chapter 4: Articulating Impact; Understanding Impact; Articulating Intended Impact; Defining Programs to Map; Mission-Specific Programs; Fund Development Programs
Impact and Revenue StrategiesTemplates; Summary; Chapter 5: Assessing Mission Impact; Process Overview; Designing the Impact Assessment; Determine Who Will Select and Tailor the Impact Criteria; Determine Who Will Participate in the Assessment; Determine How the Assessment Will Be Conducted; Communicate Your Design Choices; Implementing the Assessment Process; Select the Impact Criteria; Craft Strong Criteria; Develop Background Material for Mission-Specific and Fund Development Programs; Create the E-Survey or Assessment Worksheets; Conduct the Assessment; Templates; Summary
Chapter 6: Determining ProfitabilityNonprofit Expenses; Staffing Plan; Administrative Allocation; Allocating Revenue; Challenges and Variations; In-Kind Donations; Volunteer Management; Leading the Process; Templates; Summary; Chapter 7: Creating Your Map; Creating Your Matrix Map; Drawing Your Map Electronically; Mapping in Excel; Making Your Map Legible; Drawing Your Map with Pen and Paper; Variations on the Matrix Map; Introducing the Matrix Map; Template; Summary; Chapter 8: Reading the Matrix Map: Developing the Key Messages; Finding the Narrative: How Do Your Bubbles Cluster?
Do You Have "Right Revenue"?Does the Current Revenue Mix Reliably Produce a Modest Surplus?; Do We Have a Reliable Source of Unrestricted Support?; Are Our Largest Sources of Income Paying for Work That We Deem Essential to Our Intended Impact?; Are We Relying on a Funding Stream That Is Changing Substantially, and Is That Change beyond Our Control?; Are We Relying on a Funding Stream That Is Misaligned with Our Organizational Values?; Understanding "Right Revenue"; Are the Dynamics of Our Market Landscape Changing in Critical Ways?; Our Position in Our Field or Movement
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record and CIP data provided by publisher.
Subject Nonprofit organizations -- Finance.
Nonprofit organizations -- Management.
Strategic planning.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Nonprofit Organizations & Charities.
Nonprofit organizations -- Finance. (OCoLC)fst01038899
Nonprofit organizations -- Management. (OCoLC)fst01038913
Strategic planning. (OCoLC)fst01134371
Nonprofit organizations -- Finance.
Nonprofit organizations -- Management.
Strategic planning.
Genre Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Addl. Author Bell, Jeanne, 1969-
OverDrive, Inc.
Related To Print version: Zimmerman, Steve, 1970- Sustainability mindset. San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, 2014 9781118767351 (DLC) 2014022655
ISBN 9781118767245 (electronic bk.)
1118767241 (electronic bk.)
9781118767313 (electronic bk.)
1118767314 (electronic bk.)

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