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Ask SCORE column: Community association should be run as business

8:47 PM, Mar. 27, 2013
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As she approached her first meeting as president of the Hmong Association of Brown County, Mary Kong wanted to ensure that the group was poised for the future. Established 32 years ago, the mission statement had never changed.

"We wanted to evaluate our needs and resources, and know where we're at now and what we want the center to look like in the future," she said. "When I came on board, there was no business plan. Every year, we'd have our annual meeting without much of a plan. This year, we decided to change that and focus on strategic planning to better meet the needs of our community."

Kong knew ...

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