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  • Thank you Jesse for inviting - Johnson Center is happy to be a part… And thank you to all of you for spending your morning with us as we learn about the nonprofit sector and how we can be responsible, accountable board members. It was great to see how many of you are already board members in your communities. I’d like to ask all of you…

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  • Accountability
    • What does accountability mean to a nonprofit organization?
  • What are we accountable for? Who are we accountable to? Human resources Financial resources Mission, goals and outcomes donors Federal and state authorities grantors Our community Our staff and volunteers
  • Role of strategic planning and evaluation Mission, goals, outcomes Programs and services Resources
    • How well are we managing our resources?
    • Are we being good stewards of our resources?
    • Do we have enough resources to achieve our mission?
    • What programs or services are necessary for us to achieve our mission?
    • Are our programs and services achieving positive change among those served?
    • What are our organizational outcomes?
    • Are we achieving our goals and mission as an organization?
  • Strategic Planning and Evaluation
    • Cyclical process (listen, plan, do, evaluate)
    • Learning is inherent in evaluation
    • Using learning to enhance our work
    • Alignment between resources, programs and mission is critical
  • Discussion
    • How are we currently using planning within our organization?
    • What issues/ concerns do we have about planning?
    • How do we connect resources, programs and outcomes in planning?
    • Do we evaluate how well we have achieved our plan?
    • Do we learn from the outcomes of our evaluation?
    • How are we being accountable to our stakeholders?
  • Johnson Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership Nonprofit Leadership Institute Nonprofit Good Practice Guide The Grantmaking School The Community Research Institute www.johnsoncenter.org