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Predicated on the scope and level of restructuring that is needed
What Do You Get?
Organizational restructuring for nonprofit organizations is necessary when there is a need to: reduce costs, improve efficiency or effectiveness, gain capacity and resources, or change focus.
It’s important to ensure the changes strive towards improvement that will last over time and take into account the unique needs of each nonprofit organization. The process begins with changes in processes, teams, and structure that form the foundations of a model built around better delivery.
Organizational restructuring requires effective leadership as well as broad involvement from every area of the organization with short-term wins and long-term goals in mind. Proper implementation increases relevance and alignment with stakeholders, which enhances communication between all parties; maintaining clear objectives can lead to satisfied donors along with improved ROI.