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Decision Making Framework for Nonprofits

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Decision Making Framework for Nonprofits

This guide and template are designed to help you chart the best path forward as you make decisions within your organization.

Nonprofits need to be able to make quick decisions in order to keep operations moving forward. From board members to fundraisers, a decision making framework is useful to help determine the best possible data-driven decision.

Imagine Canada and Keela have teamed up to bring you this Decision Making Framework to help you make quick and smart decisions that will help lead you to success.

In this guide, you will:

✔ Learn why data-driven decision making is important

✔ See a nonprofit-specific example of a decision making framework in action

✔ Receive a template to start creating your own decision making framework

 

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