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Organizational Life Cycles. Bailey Johnson & Amanda Kurz UGA Institute for Nonprofit Organizations. 5 Life Stages of Nonprofit Organizations. Stage One: Imagine and Inspire ("Can the dream be realized?") Stage Two: Found and Frame ("How are we going to pull this off?")

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organizational life cycles
Organizational Life Cycles
  • Bailey Johnson & Amanda Kurz
  • UGA Institute for Nonprofit Organizations
5 life stages of nonprofit organizations
5 Life Stages of Nonprofit Organizations
  • Stage One: Imagine and Inspire ("Can the dream be realized?")
  • Stage Two: Found and Frame ("How are we going to pull this off?")
  • Stage Three: Ground and Grow ("How can we build this to be viable?")
  • Stage Four: Produce and Sustain ("How can the momentum be sustained?")
  • Stage Five: Review and Renew ("What do we need to redesign?")

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  • (i) creativity and entrepreneurship stage, whereby innovation, marshaling of resources for survival and concentration on input activities are important
  • (ii) collectivity stage, where emphasis is placed upon communication and cohesion, which is associated with an internal process, becomes top priority
  • (iii) formalization and control stage, which focuses on stability, control and production efficiency
  • (iv) structure elaboration and adaption stage, where domain expansion and flexibility become a growing concern.
effective change
Effective Change
  • Phase 1: Motivating Change
  • Phase 2: Creating Vision
  • Phase 3: Developing Political Support
  • Phase 4: Managing Transition
  • Phase 5: Sustaining Momentum
roles during change
Roles During Change
  • Change Initiator
  • Change Agent
  • Champion for Change
  • Sponsor for Change
  • Leadership, Supervision and Delegation
application activity
Application Activity
  • Split into groups.
  • Read the article.
  • Describe in which stage of the organizational life cycle this nonprofit orgainzation resides. How can you tell?
  • What changes would you recommend for this organization to further develop or move to the next stage?
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  • Chin, D.C.W. (1994). Organizational life cycle: a review and proposed directions for research. Mid-Atlantic Journal of Business. From