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Tag: nonprofit business models

CEO Joe Marinucci on Creating the Downtown Cleveland Alliance

June 14, 2018 0 Comments

In my experience, the nonprofits that thrive and grow over the long run are headed by chief executive officers who devote at least 75 percent of their time on the average to two critical functions:  governance – developing and supporting …

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Nonprofit Business Models Redux

May 18, 2018 0 Comments

Updating nonprofit business models has been a major theme of this blog, with posts featuring podcasts by Richard Browdie, CEO of the Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging (November 13, 2017:  https://extraordinaryceo.com/involving-board-strategic-organizational-development/);  Rick Homans, CEO of the Tampa Bay Partnership, …

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The CEO as Innovator-in-Chief

July 12, 2016 0 Comments

iStock_000020585606Large(1)Over the past year, four podcasts addressing business model updating have been posted at this blog, featuring Rich Browdie of the Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, Michael Anderson and Guy Legault of the Canadian Society of Association Executives, Rick Homans …

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Two Extraordinary CEOs Spearhead Business Model Updates

May 24, 2016 0 Comments

This third podcast in our continuing series on nonprofit business model development features the CEOs of two very different nonprofit corporations that have gone through a searching process of re-thinking critical elements of their organizations’ business models: Rick Homans, President …

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The Canadian Society of Association Executives Updates Its Business Model: Part One

March 10, 2016 0 Comments

The February 26 article at this blog, “About Nonprofit Business Models,” defines the term “business model” as a description of the “fundamental nature of the enterprise,” and points out that it must be periodically updated in response to environmental change …

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About Nonprofit Business Models – A New Series of Podcasts

February 26, 2016 0 Comments

A local nonprofit serving adults and children with learning disabilities launches a number of business ventures (known as “social enterprises”) to generate earned income – in response to cutbacks in government funding. A national association re-structures an elaborate system of …

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