How Nonprofits Can Reinvent Themselves after Mission Success

How Nonprofits Can Reinvent Themselves after Mission Success

Mission success represents the single greatest achievement for any organisation. But as nonprofits approach the end of their successful mission, the question of what will happen after presents itself. Is closure an inevitable next step? Or can they re-orient around a new and different purpose?

Dr.-Prof. Sheila M. CannonTrinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin draws on her research with Prof. Karin Kreutzer from EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht to provide a framework for nonprofits to gain a second life and new meaning.

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How Nonprofits Can Reinvent Themselves after Mission Success: Understand the key factors that come into play when nonprofits reach the end of a successful mission and set a framework for continued purpose and impact.
Learning Objective: Understand the key factors that come into play when nonprofits reach the end of a successful mission and set a framework for continued purpose and impact.  

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