Nonprofit World: September-October 2013
VOLUME 31, NUMBER 5
|Bundle Up! Is Price Bundling Right for Your Organization?*|
by Mitchell, Mark, Michael Collins & Taylor Damonte
Here's a new look at collaboration as a way to increase your bottom line.
|Cultivating Next-Gen Board Members*|
by Davis, Emily
When diversifying your board, don't forget to include young people.
|Does the Federal Government Owe You Tens of Thousands of Dollars?|
by Gammon & Grange
Here's how to claim the health-care credit for your organization.
|Don't Skip the Boring Part: Nonprofits Can't Afford to Ignore HR Issues|
by Craigie, Alex & Ranlyn Tilley Hill
How can your organization avoid costly lawsuits? Here's invaluable advice from the experts.
|Ergonomics: What Does It Mean for You?|
by Cooper, Chad & Brian H. Kleiner
Increase productivity (and head off workers' comp claims) with these steps.
|Great Policies & Procedures for Your Organization*|
by Shanker, Sheila
They're the cornerstone on which everything else rests. Be sure they're as solid as they can be.
|Lightning and Thunder: Making Partnerships Work for You|
by Eber Davis, Karen
Oil and vinegar? Zombies and ballet? An orchestra and a hockey team? Have you ever created a surprising partnership to change your image and reach your goals?
|Motivating Volunteers to Perform|
by Rafe, Stephen C.
How to get volunteers to honor their commitments and feel fulfilled.
A collection of brief articles with tips, research and reviews related to nonprofit management and leadership.
|Protecting against Fraud|
by Minogue, Anne Marie
Don't let cheats and swindlers tarnish your organization. And don't think it couldn't happen to you.
|Simplify Benchmarking to Raise More Funds|
by Mallinger Reinartz, Amanda
Using built-in tools can make the process easier.
|The How and Why of Research*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
Pluck pearls of wisdom from a sea of data.
|The Nonprofit Overhead Myth - Devil in the Details?|
by Fram, Eugene
A frank discussion of the overhead myth may impact the very survival of nonprofits.
|The Not-So-Grand Grant: When the Best Response May Be "No Thanks"|
by Applebaum, Terry L.
Why you should always look a gift horse in the mouth, and how to do it.