Nonprofit World: January-February 2009
VOLUME 27, NUMBER 1
|Caution: Tough Going Ahead|
by Sujansky, Joanne G.
Here's how to build a culture that will survive the hardest tests.
|Four Keys to the Science of Success*|
by LaBrosse, Michelle
Here's how to create your own blueprint for success.
|How Good a Leader Are You?*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
Compelling new research sheds light on how to lead effectively.
|How Much Detail Is Needed in a Thank-You Letter?|
by Warwick, Mal
When you acknowledge donors, how much information should you include?
|How to Create a Strong Board-CEO Partnership*|
by Eadie, Doug
This precious bond is a top key to your organization's success.
|How Will the Economy Affect Giving?*|
by Radford, Jim
We can garner some answers by looking backward.
|Is the Board Liable for Investment Losses?|
by Kramer, Don
When the stock market dips, are board members culpable for the money lost?
|Leading from Feeling|
by Himot, Oshana
Become a better leader by following these 10 tips
|Making Sports Teams Work for You*|
by Collinger, Allison
Harness America's passion for sports for the good of your organization's mission.
|Money Really Can Grow on Trees|
by Keefe, Linda
Are you ready to transform your organization into an income-generating money tree?
|Navigating Tough Conflict of Interest Situations|
by Coates Madsen, Amy
Conflicts of interest are inevitable. Don't let them derail your organization.
|The Best Ways to Increase Efficiency|
by Sowinski, Miriam & Zach Garretson
New research provides insights into boosting performance.
|The Case for Cognitive Discrimination|
by Bernacki, Ed
Do you welcome all ideas, or just the ones you agree with?
|The Psychology of Giving|
by Bell, Brad
Here are two simple techniques that can lead to more donors.
|The Yin & Yang of Operating Reserves: What You Need to Know*|
by Barr, Kate
Do you need an operating reserve? If so, how big should it be?
|Using Social Media to Advance Your Goals|
by Cramer, Bob
Social tools provide a revolutionary way to engage supporters. Here's what you need to know.