The Case For Integrated Planning

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The term “strategic planning” gets attached to a wide range of nonprofit planning—for programs and services, budgeting, communications, information technology, etc. But these address very different kinds of issues, and should involve different participants, processes, tools, and products. We’ll look at the various kinds of planning needed by a nonprofit, see how they can intersect with and reinforce each other, and consider an approach that is more strategic, more effective, and less stressful.

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The Case For Integrated Planning

  1. 1. The Case for Integrated Planning Sam Frank Synthesis Partnership October 27, 2010 Use Twitter Hashtag #npweb Special Thanks To Our Sponsors
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  4. 4. Beyond Strategic Planning: The Case for Integrated Planning Sam Frank

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