Nonprofit World: November-December 2007
VOLUME 25, NUMBER 6
|Charitable Trusts: Focusing on Those Most Likely to Give*|
by Bush, Natalie & David Lawson
Boost contributions with this multi-dimensional approach to identifying donors.
|Empower Your Employees to be Mini-Marketers|
by Keefe, Linda
Help your employees embrace an entrepreneurial spirit that lets your organization shine.
|Four Myths about Attorney-Client Privilege*|
by Friedman Griesing, Francine
Here’s what you need to know when you talk to your organization’s counsel.
|Good Cash Management Shows Good Stewardship|
by Hardy Robinson, Jean
Could you be throwing away thousands of dollars a year? Here’s what every CEO needs to know.
|Google vs Yahoo: A Nonprofit Comparison|
by Robert Anderson, Ian
Before you invest in advertising, learn the pros and cons of the major online advertising programs.
|High-Performing Organizations Must Be Ethical*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
To transform your organization, you need to translate ethical theory into action.
|How Large a Grant Can you Receive?|
by Kramer, Don
Does “tipping” forbid a foundation from making too large a grant to your organization?
|How to Get It Done*|
by LaBrosse, Michelle
Here’s how to complete your projects in record time.
|How to Prepare Board Members to Govern Effectively|
by Eadie, Doug
You need to go beyond the traditional orientation for new board members.
|Is It Better Not to Mail in the Summer?|
by Warwick, Mal
If you don’t receive many donations during the summer, should you still mail fundraising requests during those months?
|Managing Your Volunteers: 19 Ways to Work Wonders|
by Levinson, Nick
It's time to take a new look at volunteer productivity.
|Six Ways to Cut Risk and Comply with the Law|
by Cameron, Jennifer
Don’t wait till a lawsuit derails your organization. Take these steps now.
|Your Mission, If You Choose to Accept It*|
by Grinnell, Robin L.
The future is coming. Are you ready?