The Cost of Human Services

Typically, the nonprofit board’s finance committee is responsible for ensuring every dollar is used efficiently. Is efficiency in the best interest of your mission and clients? […]

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The Expert Board

Does your nonprofit board govern your nonprofit like a group of experts? […]

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Is Anyone Listening?

A common frustration for board chairs and nonprofit executives is indifferent boards or more accurately, what appear to be indifferent boards. […]

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Take a Risk

It is very hard for most nonprofit boards to take a risk. They often think their job is to keep the organization from failing. […]

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The Competitive Board

The highly competitive world that nonprofits operate in makes it difficult for the nonprofit board to carry out its primary responsibility (enable the staff to carry out the mission and serve the clients). […]

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The Quality of the Discussion Matters

When a nonprofit board is discussing the right issues, it never has a chance or desire to micromanage. […]

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Why Merge?

Sometimes two nonprofits decide to merge. How do you know if that is a good idea your nonprofit? […]

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Community Engagement Increases Sustainability

Sustainability in its simplest from is ensuring a nonprofit will have the strength to continue to serve the community far into the future. Have you thought about how to engage the community in your organization’s sustainability? […]

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Measurable Positive Improvement

Creating measurable positive improvement is important if one wants to increase community support. Are you looking for a simple way to express the positive improvement your nonprofit promises? […]

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Positive Improvement

What is the positive improvement promised by your mission statement? Does the community want the positive improvement you are promising? […]

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