Organizations that embrace innovation tend to excel above their competition. Others tend to resist change, preferring to stick to long-standing practices. While change doesn’t automatically result in improvement, if championed, it can spark new levels of achievement. Whether it’s an internal business process or how you engage with vendors, be open to innovation. Here’s a roadmap to spark that change.
Many non-profits entities are big businesses with large facilities. Volunteer boards—with diverse backgrounds and areas of experiences—represent these communities. They invest a high percentage of community funds with numerous contractors to maintain their property. Sometimes the service life of a construction project falls far short of their expectations. Then it is “fix the fix.” Why?
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