Most nonprofits are organized with a lot of heart, which is to say, that many are relatively disorganized. When they are “organized” we find the issue of silos forming with communication and collaboration divides between departments or administration vs. non-administration. There can also be entire functions that are missing from an organization resulting in stagnated growth and diminished impacts. Without the right kind of organizational structure for your nonprofit, you are bound to feel overwhelmed, wear too many hats, and struggle with delegation.
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