Functional Areas of a Nonprofit Blog Series
As we look forward to exiting the COVID-19 pandemic and returning to some form of “normal,” it’s important for nonprofits to take stock of their risks. In a series of upcoming blog posts, starting today, we provide important questions to ask about every functional area of your nonprofit.
We begin with operations.
We define operations to include the ways in which your nonprofit conveys value to the ultimate users of your goods and services. Operational risks can include inadequate or improper documentation of procedures, inefficient services, ambiguity about role and responsibilities, program challenges, inadequate (or no) metrics, failure to meet objectives, and so on.
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