We all know strategies plan a progress, systems drive the progress, and people transform progress into impactful outcomes. We all know this. Yet 50% of small businesses fail in the first 5 years, and 70% of acquisitions fail to fully integrate.
And worse, 75% of nonprofit programs don’t even work at all. With business inefficiencies, unavoidable simmering problems and missed opportunities, how are we supposed to effectively fix a market or community problem? How are we able to socially impact and create sociocultural shifts?
Let’s start by strengthening your business capacity with an infrastructure and culture ready for change. We know the slightest advantage in framework can accelerate into bigger, impactful outcomes.
“Organizations that build robust infrastructure—which includes sturdy information technology systems, financial systems, skills training, fundraising processes, and other essential overhead—are more likely to succeed than those that do not. This is not news, and nonprofits are no exception to the rule.” -Stanford Social Innovation Review