Nonprofit Business Model Series: Part 2 - The Government Contracted Nonprofit
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Duration: 90 minutes
Speaker: Hilda Polanco
Guest Faculty, Hilda Polanco of FMA, guides participants through the realities of being a nonprofit contractor with the government--be it local, state, or federal. She emphasizes the need for nonprofit leaders to have agency in contractor relationships, including an advocacy focus, to maximize the mission and money return of this kind of revenue.
Each 90-minute session in the series explores the unique qualities and nuances of the core funding type in a nonprofit business model:
- DYNAMICS: key definitions and structural realities of the funding type.
- CAPITAL: how the funding type draws on and contributes to various forms of organizational capital.
- INFRASTRUCTURE: what staffing, systems, and other forms of organizational infrastructure are essential to managing this funding type well.
- LEADERSHIP: the skills and mindsets necessary among executive leadership and board members to develop and sustain this kind of funding.
- CULTURE: the impact on organizational culture when this funding type is one of an organization's primary funding streams.
- METRICS: typical ways of measuring and reporting on effectiveness with this funding type.
- DIVERSIFICATION: how to think about evolving an organization's business model to include this funding type.