Benchmarking for Nonprofits
How to Measure, Manage, and Improve Performance
By (author) Jason Saul
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Benchmarking for Nonprofits by Jason Saul
Book DescriptionThe no-cost way to improve your organization on a daily basis Most nonprofits are already benchmarking informally. This unique book defines a formal way to benchmark. You'll learn how to prepare your organization, measure performance, and implement best practices as well as learning the five key steps of benchmarking, the arguments against benchmarkingand why you should disregard them, how benchmarking differs from evaluation and assessment, how to form a benchmarking team, how to create a success equation that helps you measure your organization s performance, how to make sure to measure what matters, how to choose your benchmarking partnersand what you can learn from the wrong partner, and how to overcome staff resistance to benchmarking. Practical tools help you benchmark what matters Real-world examples illustrate benchmarking in action. Exercises and worksheets guide you through processes such as drafting a benchmarking plan; identifying and analyzing the things in your organization that need improvement; prioritizing which processes to focus on; identifying your CTQ (critical to quality) outcomes; and more. The way to survive as a nonprofit in today s market is to thrive. With so many organizations seeking the same dollars, only the best will endure. Benchmarking ensures that your organization is always operating at peak performance. It s something you can t afford not to doespecially since you can do it for free!"
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780940069435
(277mm x 211mm x 8mm)
Imprint: Fieldstone Alliance
Publisher: Fieldstone Alliance
Publish Date: 30-Oct-2004
Country of Publication: United States
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