Nonprofit World: July-August 2013
VOLUME 31, NUMBER 4
|A Master Plan for Your Organization*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
This new approach to strategic planning will start producing results immediately.
|Beware of These Three Personality Pitfalls|
by Cole, Gary
Don't let these common personality types derail your board.
|Can You Fire a Board Member for Disagreeing?|
by Kramer, Don
How much leeway does the executive have in removing board members?
|How Much Should Staff and Board Be Expected to Give?|
by Warwick, Mal
Should staff and board members be required to give a certain amount each year?
|How to Turn a Memory into Support|
by Eber Davis, Karen
People love ceremony. Raise money by encouraging them to celebrate with you.
|Is It Time for a Time-Out? Take Stock of Your Life|
by Mitchell, Mark
You have a strategic plan for your organization. Do you have one for your own life?
|Keep Your Volunteers Happy with Dynamic Training*|
by Procknow, Greg
There's no better way to attract and retain volunteers than to develop an internal knowledge program.
A collection of brief articles with tips, research and reviews related to nonprofit management and leadership.
|Simple Lessons to Preserve Your Brand*|
by Partridge, Mark
Don't lose the trademark on your organization's name and logo. A recent lawsuit highlights crucual lessons.
|Socially Enterprising Nonprofits: The Evergreen Success Story|
by Eadie, Doug & Sue Buchholtz
You, too, can make the move to social enterprise by following this model.
|The Nonprofit CEO as a Social Architect & Change Agent|
by Long, Stephen
To lead successful change, you need to be an ardent change agent and designer of your organization's systems and culture. Here's how.
|The Purposeful Techie: Nonprofit IT with Intention*|
by Shaw, Mark
Streamline information technology in your organization.
|Top 10 Trends: How Major Donors are Changing & What To Do About It|
by Perry, Gail
These strategies will put you ahead of the pack.