by Ted Grossnickle My colleagues and I at JGA are often asked by board or staff members to help them assess their development programs. Sometimes this begins with a person saying “Gee, I wonder if you could come in and ‘kick the tires’ on what we’re doing and think out loud with us about …Read More..
by Lee Ernst A feasibility study, in JGA’s view, is active campaigning and is an integral part of the cultivation and involvement process of major donors and prospects. Done right, it allows for an objective conversation to explore, in a sophisticated, unpressured fashion, what your constituents want to invest in your organization. The …Read More..