Nonprofit World: May-June 2012
VOLUME 30, NUMBER 3
|Are You Paying Too Much for Your Travel?|
by Summers, Steve
Don't miss out on special nonprofit benefits.
|Big Dreams, Little Steps|
by Farcht, Joe
An expert change master shares inspirational tools for building personal leadership.
|Can Your Organization Afford to Lose $100,000? Safeguards Every Nonprofit Needs to Implement|
by Ferreiro, Tanya
Are you making any of these common mistakes?
|Co-Executives and Succession: A Radical Proposal for a Thorny Problem|
by Santora, Joseph C.
Here's a way to solve an alarming predicament.
|How Much Money Should You Request in an E-Mail Campaign?|
by Warwick, Mal
What's a good first-time ask amount for an e-mail campaign?
|How to Address the Funding Crisis? A Proven Option Lies Right Before Your Eyes|
by Burtch, Bruce
In changing times, look beyond your usual funding to embrace a new approach.
|How to Impress the Wired Wealthy|
by Henry, Jenny
Here are proven ways to attract rich philanthropists to your organization.
|I've Been Thinking about…Networking*|
by Golensky, Martha
How important are relationships with other nonprofit leaders? What value do they have for you?
|Learning from Improv Theater*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
What does improvisational acting have to do with building a nonprofit organization? More than you might think.
|Maximize Your Board to Support Fundraising|
by Meury, Veronica
Is your board helping to raise the funds you need? Create a more powerful fundraising board with these keys.
|New Rules for Accountability*|
by Barsky, Noah and Frank Grippo
Insure your organization's reputation by following these rules.
A collection of brief articles with tips, research and reviews related to nonprofit management and leadership.
|Numbers Needed: Five Reasons to Use Financial Data in Fundraising*|
by Scheuble, Holly
Are your accountants involved in your fundraising efforts? If not, you're missing a potent communication tool.
|Use the IRS's Work Plan to Avoid Unpleasant Surprises*|
by Moreland, Bob
Here's what the IRS is concentrating on this year. Make sure you're compliant in these areas.
|What's a Board Consensus, Really?|
by Kramer, Don
This question raises a number of interesting issues.