Nonprofit World: September-October 2008
VOLUME 26, NUMBER 5
|Cultural Competence: What Does It Mean for You?|
by Epstein, Julia
It's a skill your employees need to learn. Make sure you're up to speed.
by Wetmore, Donald E.
You can't always avoid them, but you can make them constructive.
|Do You Know Where Your Goals Are?|
by LaBrosse, Michelle
How can you be sure you're on track? Check and update your goals.
|Make Holiday Magic with Your Direct Mail*|
by Gaillard, Ted
Use these tips for the holiday season and throughout the year.
|Managing the Small Nonprofit|
by Quirk, Mary and Bonnie Watkins
How to be successfully small.
|Never Enough Time|
by Lemberg, Paul
What if there were an alternative to to-do lists, one which focuses you on what's important and lets you dump the rest?
|One Foundation's Legal Battle: A Cautionary Tale for All Nonprofits*|
by Woodruff, Joseph
As absorbing as a mystery story and full of lessons for every nonprofit, this saga includes heroes and villains, plot twists, and an ending in which justice prevails. Here's a birds-eye view from a lawyer involved in the case.
|Ten Questions to Ask When Invited to Join a Board|
by Carver, Miriam
Every board member should know the answers.
|Three Simple Steps to Activate Your Strategic Plan*|
by Gee, Michele V.
Creating your plan is just the first step. Here's how to put that plan to good use.
|Using Evaluation to Improve Your Services*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
Three books help you decide whether your programs are making a difference.
|Why Be Boring When You Can Celebrate in So Many Ways?|
by Ellis, Susan J.
Here's why to get rid of those formal volunteer banquets - and what to do instead.