Challenges leaders of nonprofit organizations to think about new strategies for creating and sustaining high organizational performance.
Session Dates: June 02, 2020 – June 05, 2020
Application Deadline: April 02, 2020
Faculty Chair: Herman B. (Dutch) Leonard
Faculty Chair: Julie Boatright Wilson
Program Director: Julie Burgholzer
Program fee: $5,100
Performance measurement is essential for organizational innovation, learning, and success. For nonprofits, however, which must evaluate social or environmental outcomes as well as financial performance, the ideal metrics are not always easy to identify. Indeed, to improve the effectiveness of a nonprofit organization—especially when tackling society’s toughest challenges—senior executives and board members must prioritize assessing organizational performance.
Performance Measurement for Effective Management of Nonprofit Organizations explores how to align mission and strategy through performance measurement, with sessions on innovation and organizational learning, generating evidence about an intervention’s effectiveness, building a culture of performance measurement, and managing for collective impact. This executive education program can help improve nonprofit effectiveness. How? By showing you how to use performance measurement to enhance your organization’s ability to deliver on its mission amid the challenges of today’s rapidly changing world.
Enhance Your Organization’s Performance
Through classroom exercises, group discussions and individual coursework, you’ll examine the rationale behind nonprofit performance management and conceptualize a new performance measurement and management strategy for your organization. The program will improve your ability to:
Align your organization’s mission, strategy and performance.
Develop a culture of learning and innovation within your organization.
Identify key metrics to measure.
Assess and communicate outcomes to partners and stakeholders.
Institute and sustain organizational performance measurement.
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