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WEBINAR: Scenario Building & Contingency Planning

May 8, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

The Center is proud to partner with Industry Expert FMA on this webinar!

While nonprofit organizations cannot predict the future, they can begin to anticipate how they would adjust to a variety of major and minor shifts in their original strategic plans and budgets so that they are equipped to make difficult, complex decisions as financial or human capital crises arise in the months ahead. Building potential scenarios and back up plans can give leaders, their staff, boards, and funders the confidence they need to press on and continue to deliver on programs. This webinar will address:
• Guiding principles for successful scenario planning processes
• Participatory processes organizations can use to weigh options, implications, and trade-offs
• Questions to consider when accounting for key revenue and expense drivers
• How to use tools available to undertake scenario planning

This webinar is FREE to attend but prior registration is required.

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This webinar will be led by Gretchen Upholt and Flannery Berg from FMA. FMA exists to build a community of individuals with the confidence and skills to lead organizations that change the world. FMA provides expert fiscal management staff and capacity-building technical assistance, including organizational consultation and training, using an approach tailored to individual organizations and their specific needs. FMA serves nonprofit organizations and funders, empowering them to effectively manage their resources, improve operations, and position themselves for stable, long-term growth. FMA has offices in Washington, D.C., New York, NY, Oakland, CA, Providence, RI and Chicago, IL.

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May 8, 2020
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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