Nonprofit World: July-August 2012
VOLUME 30, NUMBER 4
|A Powerful New Tool for Change|
by Eadie, Doug
Out-of-the-box change is possible if you follow these steps.
|Developing a Great Fundraising Plan*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
Here's how to succeed at implementing a fundraising plan for your organization.
|Five Steps to a Well-Balanced Board|
by Ryckman, Mark L.
Is your board following these essential steps?
|Get People to Reply to Your E-Mails: Here's How|
by Harrell, Matt
It's all about the subject line.
|Going Beyond Lip Service|
by Clemmer, Jim
If you want to make changes that endure, you need to change yourself.
|How to Cut Overhead Costs*|
by Snodgrass, Tod
It costs you nothing to reduce overhead expenses, yet returns can be huge.
|How to Write Effective Anti-Bias Policies|
by Fahrenhorst, Robert and Brian H. Kleiner
Good policies can keep you from being sued.
A collection of brief articles with tips, research and reviews related to nonprofit management and leadership.
|Political Activity: A Primer for Nonprofits|
by Hofmann, Mary Ann
What kind of politicking can you do, and what's not allowed? Here's a helpful summary.
|Sitting on a Gold Mine: Uncovering Hidden Profit Centers|
by Long, Stephen
How can you reveal the treasure waiting right before your eyes?
|Six Tips for Better Pricing|
by Mohammed, Rafi
Start generating new funds and serving more people tomorrow morning.
|The Value of a ZIP Code*|
by Sexauer, Michael and Mildred S. Myers
ZIP codes can help you choose cost-effective marketing targets. But be sure you use them the right way.
|What's in Your Portfolio? You May Be Surprised by the Answer|
by Dietz, Mark
Take a look at your investment strategies to be sure they're serving your mission.