Can Nonprofit Boards Strategically Reinvent Themselves?
By: Eugene Fram
Not many nonprofit boards look to strategic renewal/reinventing as viable options. Dedicated to a specific mission, boards may merge with related organizations as their prospects decline or simply declare victory. Easter Seals has been a classic case of redefining its mission when The Salk Vaccine limited widespread polio epidemics. Today, Easter Seals programs serve people with disabilities: children, adults, seniors, military personnel and veterans.
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