Getting Back in Shape: Guidelines for Improving the Fitness of Established Nonprofit Organizations Edit Title

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This briefing paper offers TCC Group’s perspective on how nonprofit organizations can reverse and prevent stagnation and decline. It examines the characteristics of successful and troubled nonprofits and discusses ways to repair problems to maintain long-term vitality and effectiveness.

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