PMNO shows nonprofit leaders how to use organizational performance measurement to help enhance the organization’s ability to deliver on its mission. The program examines a range of effective approaches to help guide organizations in any economy. Through classroom exercises, group discussions, and individual coursework, participants examine and conceptualize a new performance measurement and management system for nonprofit organizations.

Harvard Kennedy School

Program Benefits

  1. Attendees learn invaluable strategies that tackle performance and impact measurement challenges.
  2. Unparalleled opportunity to connect with other nonprofit leaders and learn from outstanding HBS faculty in an immersive academic setting.
  3. This full scholarship award offers professional development that can benefit your career and strengthen your organization. 

Eligibility

  1. An applicant must be a senior executive at a nonprofit organization. This includes chief executive officer, president, executive director, board member, chief financial officer, chief information officer, chief operating officer, or other senior executive.
  2. The nonprofit should be located in and focus its activities around the Greater New York Metropolitan area. National or international non-profits will be considered if they are headquartered in the Greater New York Metropolitan area.
  3. The nonprofit budget should be at least $1 million.
  4. The nonprofit should have at least five full-time employees, and have been fully operational with full-time staff for at least one year.

Application Instructions

The application process is now closed. Consider applying in January 2021 and note that on your calendar.