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The Power of Strategic Alignment: A Guide to Energizing Leadership and Maximizing Potential in Today's Nonprofit Organizations Paperback – November 15, 2013
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"Dennis has written a practical approach to an issue that plagues so many organizations. Strategic alignment is important for any corporation but it is an absolute imperative for a non-profit organization. There is such a temptation to "follow the money". Additionally, there are so many needs in the world that can easily distract goodhearted people and cause organizations to splinter in various directions. Thank you Dennis for addressing such a critical challenge to the nonprofit sector!" - David Williams, President and CEO, Make-A-Wish America
"Any organization's impact depends on strong leaders and not just the CEO. The Power of Strategic Alignment helps senior leaders harness the power of your non-profits' strategy to achieve even more for those you serve" - Carolyn S. Miles, President & Chief Executive Save the Children
From the Author
In The Power of Strategic Alignment: A Guide to Energizing Leadership and Maximizing Potential In Today's Nonprofit Organizations, I will identify the key steps necessary to go beyond the traditional strategic planning process to achieve long term success and sustainability. This innovative concept is called Strategic Alignment which refers to the process of aligning all stakeholders, both internally and externally, to be focused and committed to achieving one goal: the organization's vision. In addition, the concept requires the development of new competencies and non-traditional skill sets for both executive and board leadership.