In this course students will create a strategic plan for a nonprofit, for-profit or ministry organization, with a particular focus on nonprofits. This course will be a synthesis of all the student’s work to date into a strategic plan (which is a practical alternative to an academic thesis). Because of this students may only take this after they have completed at least half of their graduate program.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Conduct stakeholder analysis and collect and analyze feedback from stakeholders to inform strategic planning.
- Analyze all the functional domains of an organization and synthesize into priorities in a strategic plan including: Accounting, Organizational/Human Resources/Board Development, Cross-cultural Management, Social Entrepreneurship, Marketing/Fundraising and Christian values integration.
- Create a strategic plan for a nonprofit, for-profit, or ministry organization.
Course Materials & Tuition
Allison, M., & Kaye, J. (2015). Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Organizations: A Practical Guide for Dynamic Times (3 edition). Hoboken: Wiley. ISBN: 1118768140
Total Cost of Course