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Does your board spend time second-guessing program decisions, reviewing the merits of various copier machines or discussing the color of this year’s annual report?
If the answer is yes, the problem is not just a hazy understanding of “governance” vs. “management.” It’s more complicated than that.
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Deeper Capacity Building for Greater Impact: Designing a Long-term Initiative to Strengthen a Set of Nonprofit Organizations
This paper explains how funders, management support organizations, evaluators, and nonprofits can evaluate efforts to enhance the management and governance of nonprofit organizations.
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How Nonprofit Organizations Can Thrive in the Emerging Economy.
Nonprofit organizations, like all institutions, wrestle continually with the question of how to keep going and to improve their lot, especially during today’s difficult economic times. In short, nonprofits must constantly strive for sustainability. Financial... (continued)
This one-page thought provoker is designed to stimulate conversations about the qualities of great teamwork that go into performances the have a positive impact. Drawing on wisdom generated from asking people what qualities of great teamwork they see in a jazz performance, Dr. Fraser has developed an... (continued)