Nonprofit World: March-April 2010
VOLUME 28, NUMBER 2
|Do You Need to Pay for a Feasibility Study?|
by Vogel, Jeane
Is it worth paying for a feasibility study, or can you perform one on your own?
|Double Vision: Two Views of Success|
by Zimmerman, Joel
If you view your vision in only one dimension, your planning is destined to fail. Use this strategy for success.
|Helping Donors Choose YOUR Organization: Using Image Theory to Change People's Minds|
by Schimmel, Kurt, Darlene Motley, and Michele Cole
Jumpstart your fundraising efforts with this new model for understanding donor behavior.
|How to Manage Unemployment Claims|
by Zhang, Fan, & Brian H. Kleiner
Cut costs and reduce liability with these steps
|How to Reach Agreement in Your Organization|
by Enand, Monica
Here's how to streamline consensus-building to increase productivity and propel your organization to greatness.
|I've Been Thinking about ... Maximizing Volunteer Participation|
by Golensky, Martha
Are you making the best use of volunteers? Is it worth it to accomodate those who can participate only in a limited way?
|Leading in a Diverse Society*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
Put the contributions of other cultures to work in your organization.
|Need a CPA at Little or No Cost? Five Ways to Find Help|
by Topp, Carol
Here's how to find the right accounting professional to volunteer for your organization.
|New IRS Employment Tax Initiative: What Does It Mean for Nonprofits?|
by Lubar, Jessica R.
Be sure you're adhering to the law when it comes to paying employment taxes.
A collection of brief articles with tips, research and reviews related to nonprofit management and leadership.
|Service Learning: Informing the Science & Art of Leadership*|
by Jordan, Mark & Bob Orwig
Groundbreaking research highlights ways to partner with students to strengthen nonprofit leadership.
|Stop & Think Before You Click OK|
by Levinson, Nick
Be wary - very way - whenever you agree to anything online.
|Turn Your Board Members into Strong Owners*|
by Eadie, Doug
Bring your strategic plan to life by involving your board.
|When Can You Use Restricted Funds for Other Purposes?|
by Kramer, Don
Can a nonprofit borrow from "designated funds" to pay other bills?