HumourJune 22, 2020

Building a resilient organisation: Avengers style

Recently, nonprofits have been receiving a lot of advice on building resilience. Here are lessons from Marvel as well, to help your organisation navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.
2020-06-22 00:00:00 India Development Review Building a resilient organisation: Avengers style
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1. Have a thorough understanding of the on-ground reality…

2. …and a bold aspiration based off it

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3. Devise an optimal programme strategy to fulfil said bold aspiration

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4. Establish leadership to make sure that people follow this ‘part of the plan’

5. Have your financials at your fingertips, so you can tell everyone how much it costs

6. With that figure in mind, identify your ideal donor and go after them
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7. Don’t forget to ask your board for advice (even if you don’t always heed it)

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8. And finally, use everything you can to hold the organisation together

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