Nonprofit Project Management

Nonprofit Business Plan

There are basic steps to great project management. Think of it as a continuous cycle that just keeps repeating. Project management fits into every scenario — Yes, even into church and nonprofit management.

Occasionally with consulting I run into the myth that because the nonprofit sector is highly relational it can’t or shouldn’t be managed like a business. I then challenge leaders’ perception of what it means to…

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Rachel is a nonprofit business consultant obsessed with organizational sustainability, coffee and NOT using the Oxford comma in her writing.

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Rachel Stewart

Rachel Stewart

Rachel is a nonprofit business consultant obsessed with organizational sustainability, coffee and NOT using the Oxford comma in her writing.

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