Resource Corner

mobile menu

Home >
3 Strategies for protecting institutional knowledge during change
image

Brief

3 Strategies for protecting institutional knowledge during change

The revolving door of board members, community partnerships, staff rosters, and donor lists leave nonprofits with a big challenge: retaining institutional knowledge during times of change. Not having a strategy to preserve an outgoing team member’s expertise means nonprofits will struggle to fundraise, receive grants, and serve their target populations.The revolving door of board members, community partnerships, staff rosters, and donor lists leave nonprofits with a big challenge: retaining institutional knowledge during times of change. Not having a strategy to preserve an outgoing team member’s expertise means nonprofits will struggle to fundraise, receive grants, and serve their target populations.

Download Brief

Complete the form to access the resource. You will also get instant access to all of our other resources.

Share This Story :

Download Brief

Complete the form to access the resource. You will also get instant access to all of our other resources.

Related Resources:

image

Blog Post

Are Contingent Workers More Engaged Than You Think?

image

Take us for a spin

get started

Products

RecruitingLearningDevelopmentPerformanceCareersHRContent

PrivacyCookiesTerms of Use
©Cornerstone 2021