<i>The Nimble Nonprofit: An Unconventional Guide to Sustaining and Growing Your Nonprofit</i> is the unconventional, irreverent, and pragmatic guide to succeeding as a nonprofit leader.
<i>The Nimble Nonprofit</i> cuts through the clutter, offering no-nonsense, real-world lessons for social sector leaders and aspiring leaders alike. It’s incisive and straightforward.
<i>The Nimble Nonprofit</i> is a conversational, fast read, but it’s loaded with practical, candid, convention-challenging advice:
• Cultivating a high-impact, innovative organizational culture.
• Building and sustaining a great team.
• Staying focused and productive.
• Optimizing your board of directors.
• Creating lasting relationships with foundations, donors, and members.
• Remaining agile and open.
• Growing and sustaining a nimble, impactful organization.
Armed with a degree in cultural anthropology and a penchant for taking things apart to see how they work, Trey Beck has spent the past fifteen years solving problems for nonprofit organizations, political campaigns, and volunteer initiatives. his consulting work has focused on strategic planning, building and deploying technology infrastructure, and management consulting. Trey is also a cofounder of the mobile technology start-up, TourChimp.
Jacob Smith has worked for, worked with, and run nonprofits for more than fifteen years, including founding the Denver-based environmental nonprofit, Center for Native Ecosystems (now Rocky Mountain Wild). he is the coauthor of the BrightPlus3 blog, the director of the PlaceMatters institute, a cofounder of the mobile technology start-up TourChimp, and the former mayor of Golden, Colorado.