Dr.Georgette Dumont to present “Strategic Decision Making for a Sustainable Nonprofit” at conference on Sept. 19

The 4th Annual Nonprofit Conference on September 19 will feature nonprofit experts who will share their years of research, experience and knowledge. One of those experts is Dr. Georgette Dumont who will present Strategic Decision Making for a Sustainable Nonprofit. See below for more information about the breakout session and Dr. Dumont.

This presentation will include the role of the board and top leadership in relation to the internal operations of the organization as well as its external environment.  Once the broad overview is done, attendees will drill down into assessing an organization’s sustainability by using the Matrix Map designed by Bell, Masaoka, and Zimmerman (2010) in Nonprofit Sustainability
The Matrix Map is a tool for nonprofit leaders to assess each activity and program of a nonprofit.  Since all nonprofits are businesses, this map uses a business model to understand all the business lines (fundraising to programs).  The activities and programs are mapped out based on their profitability and mission impact.  Once completed, the leaders are in possession of key information for making strategic decisions on how to adjust the nonprofit’s business model.  
About the Speaker
Dr. Georgette Dumont currently teaches at University of North Florida in their Political Science and Public Administration Department.   She specializes in public and nonprofit management, and is continually engaged in research on nonprofit accountability and how nonprofits utilize intent technologies.  

Event Details:When: 9/19/2014 – 8:00 am to 1:30 pmWhere: UNF Herbert University Center at 12000 Alumni Drive – Jacksonville, 32224Fees:$75…..1st person of organization (Through Sept. 12th)$35……per extra person of organization$100….at the door / after Sept. 12th

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