Evidence-Based Strategic Planning for Nonprofits
April 28 at 1:00 PM - 3:00 PMFree
Many nonprofits struggle to collect and interpret evidence that supports the viability of their strategic plan. The same techniques that guide private-sector companies towards innovation can also empower nonprofit boards and staff to find fruitful strategies. By using a process called the Lean Startup Method, boards and staff can align their goals and activities with each other and their stakeholders to improve the chances of success. During this two-hour session, participants will learn both the process and its hurdles.
Session leader Ted Ladd, PhD and his family have been in Jackson Hole for 35 years. Dr. Ladd is the Dean and Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Hult International Business School and an instructor on platform strategy at Harvard University. His research and teaching revolve around processes for envisioning and launching new ventures. Dr. Ladd has served on multiple nonprofit boards, including at the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole.
Registration is below. It will close on April 28 at 11am (or when all spots are filled).