TANGO “ABOVE THE FOLD” NONPROFIT CONSULTINGConcentrated High-Value Fixed-Fee Engagements for TANGO Members
TANGO Above the Fold Nonprofit Consulting
CONCENTRATED HIGH-VALUE FIX-FEE ENGAGEMENTS FOR TANGO MEMBERS
TANGO has created a suite of specialized nonprofit consulting services for its nonprofit members.
The TANGO Above the Fold© service suite is based on the content of the TANGO Nonprofit Method (textbook and online lectures) written and prepared by TANGO’s Vice President of Education and Consulting, Jack Horak, Esq.
The “Above the Fold” services suite offers no-nonsense, content rich, precisely targeted, and very frank business advice to TANGO member nonprofits.
As Jack puts it: Late in my 36 year legal career it occurred to me that I brought the most value to clients when acting as a senior business advisor, mentor, and problem solver – as opposed to providing legal services – which I delegated to junior lawyers. The “Above the Fold” concept represents my effort to “skim off” the high value senior advisor, mentor, and problem solver functions and make them available to TANGO nonprofit members on a fixed fee basis.
The engagements will be on a fixed fee basis to avoid concerns about hourly consulting fees accruing unexpectedly. To make this possible each assignment will be precisely tailored at the beginning to identify information we will need, to define the task or tasks clearly, and to impose a clear starting point and ending point for each engagement.
The specific services included in our suite are the following:
- Nonprofit Mergers and Acquisitions
- Board of Director Guidance and Mentoring
- Subject Matter Tutorials based on the TANGO Nonprofit Method
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