What We Do:
Systems and Processes

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Progress requires process. Do you have the systems and processes in place to ensure your best laid plans actually get realized?

Systems and processes might not be the most exciting part of nonprofit work, but they’re one of the most important. Effective systems and processes are what separates the good nonprofits from the truly great ones. You know those organizations that seem to make five years’ worth of impact in a single year? You can bet that they have carefully thought out systems and processes for holding all their people accountable to their strategic plans and goals. They keep everyone moving forward through a regular cadence of meetings, measurement and adjustment. 

We help our clients build a culture of accountability that keeps everyone on track by building systems and processes for:

Annual Planning

  • Annual Goal and Priority Setting
  • Annual Activity Planning
  • Annual All-Staff Updates
  • Annual Impact Reporting

Quarterly Checkups

  • Quarterly Goal and Priority Setting
  • Quarterly Leaders Meeting
  • Quarterly Board Meeting
  • Quarterly All-Staff Update

Monthly Mission Meetings

Weekly Work Sessions

Systems and Processes Success Story

  • To us, it was really important to work with a team that took time to get to know our organization and our resident animals. Prosper not only got to know us, they became an important part of our team (and of course fell in love with the animals). They channeled this love and positive energy into everything they did for us. This resulted in the development of a strategic plan that had clear and actionable goals, along with a plan for measuring our progress. Additionally, we now have beautiful messaging and a marketing plan that will expand our reach. I would have no hesitation recommending Prosper Strategies.

    Dr. Susan E. Founder and Executive Director of Mindful Earth* (actual organization name redacted due to capital campaign quiet phase in progress)

Do you need help building the systems and processes that will ensure your nonprofit makes consistent progress on its mission? Get in touch.