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A strategy and its associated goals and plans should be focused on a vision that is big, bold, and inspiring.
Many strategies are based simply on an analytical forecast of the way things are currently headed. How dull. It was Goethe who said:
“Dream no small dreams for they have no power to move the hearts of men.” Read more.
It’s been a great year for NonprofitCommunity.com. We’ve learned a lot and have been inspired by all of you who are out in the world making a difference. It’s our mission to give you information and tools to, in turn, … Read more.
Almost everyone is talking about the looming fiscal cliff—it seems to be the lead story every day. The combination of several components creates the so-called cliff: several tax provisions will expire at the end of 2012, including the 2001/2003 Bush … Read more.
When we saw all the amazing practical advice that arrived on our desks in the form of Cathy Tower’s new book The Practitioner’s Guide to Governance as Leadership: Building High-Performing Nonprofit Boards, we felt that it was only fair to … Read more.
“With wisdom and insight, Trower has written the seminal guide for nonprofit boards. This is a must-read for every current and incoming nonprofit board member.”
—Joel Allison, president and CEO, Baylor Health Care System Learn More Read more.
This is the sixth post in a series that is unveiling author Robert Sheehan’s Seven Deadly Sins of Nonprofit Strategy. If you missed the 5th Deadly Sin, it’s not too late to catch up! A major complaint about strategic planning … Read more.
This Thanksgiving, editor Susan McDermott reflects on her beloved Jersey Shore and how inspiring the recovery from Hurricane Sandy has been. Most of my favorite memories involve the Jersey Shore… my earliest memories of hunting for plastic Easter eggs with … Read more.
A Passion for Giving provides an overview and a template to understand the issues involved in managing a private foundation, starting with an engaging narrative that introduces the basics of estate planning, charitable giving, and private foundations. Authors and private foundation veterans Peter Klein and Angelica Berrie offer straightforward, clear guidance on the ins and outs of private foundations, demystifying the topic for financial advisors, CPAs, and trust/estate attorneys to help them successfully navigate the basics. Learn More Read more.
There are no more important volunteers for your nonprofit than the members of your board. What they understand about the organization and the particular reasons they have been asked to serve will determine your success in fulfilling your mission. Here, … Read more.