Use Lucidity to make more of an impact
Managing your strategies in a joined up way and increasing efficiency across your organization can help reduce your operational costs. This can increase the funds available to spend on your services for those who need them.
Build and execute multiple strategies to successfully deliver for all your stakeholders
Whether it’s your organizational strategy, fundraising strategy, digital strategy or for your volunteers, Lucidity makes strategy management in complex environments easy and transparent.
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Break complex or multi-faceted strategies down into achievable goals and tasks that everyone understands.
Build clear accountability and alignment across your teams and organization to stay on track.
Reduce costs and improve operationally by digitizing your approach to strategy management.
Communicate your non-profit's strategic plans and progress transparently with all your stakeholders.
Achieve more through improved collaboration internally, with the Board and with external partners.
Susie Willis, CEO of Care Network
We talk to the CEO of a charity about strategy and their projects... ❤
"How do you develop strategy now?
We've worked with Lucidity for a couple of years now and we absolutely love it. Everything is concise and in one place, with supporting visuals that help make strategy come to life and for those who prefer visuals to text this also makes it more accessible. I think another invaluable aid that Lucidity has brought to us is the ability to track strategic delivery / progress. Individuals are more accountable for tasks set to achieve the strategy."
Whichever methodology you use, the Lucidity platform makes for easy strategic leadership and governance. Build, share, present and communicate the progress you make against your strategic goals with your internal and external stakeholders, helping you create transparency and establish trust.
With so many others competing for attention and support of their worthy causes, it is critical for your charity to define a modern business plan that will help you stand out, collaborate with others and drive improved results at a lower cost.
Create, track and measure any goal or desired impact. Save time and effort by seeing all your strategic goals, initiatives, measures and tasks in one place and always up to date.
Our platform and team are focused on helping non-profit organizations achieve their Visions and Missions in style. From bite-sized videos to examples, we’ll help you get up and running with Lucidity quickly so that everyone can start making an impact.
If you would like to discuss your requirements with one of our experts and find out how Lucidity can help your strategies make an impact, get in touch.
A non-profit strategic plan will help you advance your vision and mission. It details specific goals and aligns your resources to help you achieve those goals. Taking a digital approach with Lucidity also allows and unlocks up to date information on the impact you are making with KPIs, milestones and targets in dashboards and reports.
Your strategic plan should be comprehensive, addressing your mission, vision and values, as well as your organisation’s goals and objectives. It should also include an analysis of your nonprofit’s resources and strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Of course you may have multipe plans – an organisationsl strategy, a fundraising strategy, a digital strategy. Lucidity can support all of those in one place, in a joined up way so that you have a single source of truth thats always up to date.
Your employees and Board of Directors are going to be some of the most important voices in the strategic planning process. Make sure to speak with people who have been around for a long time and carry with them important institutional history, but also take into consideration the perspectives of people who are brand new to the staff or board. Volunteers are key contributors that can show you how you are perceived by those outside of your organisation. Also consider identifying your key external stakeholders including donors, corporate partners and community leaders and involving them in the process.