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Asking Hard Questions as a Non-Profit Organization | Gordon Decker | TEDxRapidCity

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When looking at Non-profits and where they fit into a community, the importance of planning and evaluation can not be overstated. Nonprofits serve the community in many different ways and have many different stakeholders. Stakeholders being anyone involved in the nonprofit or being affected by the nonprofit. Planning and evaluation allows the stakeholders to know the Non-profit is working to be a good steward of the resources they are working with and the services they provide. Planning and evaluation also allows the nonprofit to pivot accordingly when situations change, and it ensures the nonprofit is being accountable to it stakeholders. Gordon Decker is a 20-year law enforcement veteran and 12-year Army National Guard veteran. He holds a Masters Science in Administration with an emphasis in Organizational Leadership from the University of South Dakota and has more than 8 years of experience working with non-profits of various sizes and at different levels of responsibility. He currently owns his own business and was previously a product manager for a software company. Gordon has been married 14 years and has two children (9 and 12 year old boys). He prides himself on being a lifelong learner, passionate about growth and development personally, professionally, and as a community. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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