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This paper from the Nonprofit Sector Strategy Group describes the basic contours of government-nonprofit relations in the United States with an eye toward identifying some of the underlying principles that might usefully guide such relationships in the years ahead, with particular focus on... (continued)
Benchmark nonprofit management in 7 key areas: Board of Directors, Resource Development, Human Resources, Programs & Services, Messages & Marketing, Fiscal Management and Organizational Dynamics. Each module contails detailed checklists and analyses and a plan to improve operations.... (continued)
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Make better, quicker disaster related giving decisions about:
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Strategies for Managers Working within Founder's Syndrome Organizations (PDF) - This paper explores actions middle managers can take at social purpose organizations to address organizational challenges in founder-led organizations. Written by Jessica Shortall, Managing... (continued)
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This booklet summarizes the responsibilities of board members, reviews California and federal law affecting nonprofit directors and officers, provides case studies of lawsuits against directors and officers, and lists key coverages to look for in insurance policies. Includes useful tips to help board... (continued)
Principles and Practices for Nonprofit Excellence in Connecticut is based on the fundamental values of quality, responsibility and accountability. The six characteristic accountability principles distinguish the nonprofit sector from government and the business sector. The recommended practices... (continued)