Managing As Mission
- Develop inclusive and transparent decision-making processes
- Create effective organizational structures
- Identify and strengthen internal and external working relationships
- Develop Values Statements and Codes of Ethics
- Create strong, united, mission-driven teams
Managing As Mission is based on the forthcoming book of the same title, and is a contextualized method of managing as a reflection of the organizational mission—the cornerstone of any nonprofit—to bring about the change nonprofits were created to achieve: a better world for all.
Lori specializes in working with networks and alliances to ensure clarity of purpose, harmonize public presence, and ensure transparency and accountability.
Heninger, Lori. (2005). “Education in Emergencies: Who is Doing What and Where?” Forced Migration Review. January, number 22.
Heninger, Lori. (2005). Falling Through the Cracks: Millions Missing Out on Education in Emergencies. New York: Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children.
Heninger, Lori. (2005). Preventing Terror does not Mean Giving the Sudanese Government Carte Blanche. New York Times. Letter to the Editor, May 7.
Heninger, Lori & Anderson, Allison. (2005). “Education vital in war zones.” Op-Ed, Taiwan News Online. Friday, September 9.
Heninger, Lori, Fargnoli, Andrew & Man, Joyce. (2005). “Education in Emergencies: Stories from the battlefields.” The InterDependent. Vol. 3 (2) Fall.
Heninger, Lori & McKenna, Megan. (2005). Don’t Forget Us: The Education and Gender-based Violence Protection Needs of Adolescent Girls from Darfur in Chad. New York: Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children.
Heninger, Lori & Perlman, Jenny. (2005) A Genocide Unfolds in Plain Sight. New York Times. Letter to the Editor, December 1.
Heninger, Lori & Swindler, Kelsey. (2008). “Health.” in Introducing Global Issues, Fourth Edition, ed. Michael T. Snarr and D. Neil Snarr. Lynne Reinner: Boulder Colorado.
Kirk, Jackie, Perlman, Jenny, Anderson, Allison & Heninger, Lori. (2006). Ensuring a Gender Perspective in Education in Emergencies. http://www.womenscommission.org/pdf/EdGenderTool.pdf