From time-to-time we inadvertently set off our alarm here at the office. It sends us scrambling through the building, trying to remember the correct code amid of flurry of “oops!” and “it was an accident!”
This really isn’t a big deal. The four of us end of giggling and eventually settle back into whatever we were doing five minutes earlier.
This isn’t the case when an organization finds itself in the midst of a real emergency. Deep funding cuts, a terrible lapse of judgment on the part of one or a few staff members, or an out-of-control board of directors can lead to any number catastrophes in the non-profit world.Read More