Nonprofit World: July-August 2010
VOLUME 28, NUMBER 4
|How Big Business Can Learn from Tiny Nonprofits (and Vice-Versa)|
by Sywulka, Steve T.
Nonprofits and corporations can learn a great deal from each other. By taking advantage of these simple ideas, both will be better off in the long run.
|Hurricanes, Strikes, Terrorism - Protect Your Events from These Causes of Loss*|
by Toepfer, John
Don't let your special events put your organization and board members at risk.
|Kids and Dogs: Gaining Media Attention*|
by Oliver, Erika
No matter how big your organization is, you need a plan to get your story out.
|Mapping a Process for Successful Mergers|
by Kessler Lieber, Penina & Susan Chase
If you're thinking of merging with another organization, be sure to follow these steps.
A collection of brief articles with tips, research and reviews related to nonprofit management and leadership.
|Reporting Financial Information to the Board|
by Barr, Kate
Are your reports too long, too short, or just right?
|Strategic Thinking in a Fast-Paced World*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
Since change is constant, you must weave a strategic approach into your organization's fabric.
|The Art of Employee Discipline: How to Retain Control and Increase Production|
by Lavenant, Michael S.
Proper discipline will improve employees' satisfaction, boost performance, and shield you from expensive lawsuits. Here's how to gain the right balance.
|The Overwhelmed Office: Six Fixes for the Stressed-Out, Productivity-Challenged Workplace|
by Sujansky, Joanne
Try these solutions for diffusing stress - and ratcheting up productivity.
|The Promise and Pitfalls of Organizational Change|
by Cochran, Gerald
Use these hard-earned lessons to ease your own change journey.
|The Word You Hear Most Often in Fundraising*|
by Robinson, Andy
Here are simple rules to help you obtain major gifts.
|When Your President is a Traitor|
by Temkin, Terrie
How can you recover from the back-stabbing actions of a board president?