January 25, 2022

Knowledge Letter - January 2022 - Five Ways to be More Inclusive in Your Nonprofit's Decision Making

Five Ways to be More Inclusive in Your Nonprofit's Decision Making

The who, what, and how of organizational decision making
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January 25, 2022
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Five Ways that Nonprofits Can Make Decision Making More Inclusive—and More Effective

Diverse team
By Mike Ciccarone, Preeta Nayak, Yonatan Araia, and Bradley Seeman

Nonprofits are emphasizing inclusion to make their decision-making processes more effective. For many, it’s also a means of achieving more equitable outcomes.
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The RAPID Decision-Making Tool for Nonprofits

RAPID Roles for Effective Decision Making
By Mike Ciccarone, Preeta Nayak, Yonatan Araia, and Bradley Seeman

Who should be involved in making a decision? What role should they play? The RAPID® framework can help your team map decision-making roles, create a shared language, and bring transparency to your nonprofit's decision-making process.
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Date: Wednesday, February 16, 2022
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