Did Nancy Brinker’s leadership performance merit increased income? And what’s her role in Susan G. Komen for the Cure, anyway? Wasn’t she supposed to be stepping down?
Are nonprofits and resource dependency inextricably linked? In this classic NPQ journal article, the insightful and grounded Jon Pratt says “not necessarily!” and then he walks us through six ways to limit or eliminate the degree to which you must do a master’s bidding.
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Sometimes small articles make you realize that citizens can do big things. So it is with this report about the Lorton Community Action Center and one of its founders, Christine Herbstreith.
A New York City nonprofit has found a creative way to reduce the amount of office space it needs, enabling it to rent vacant space to other charities while retaining the office for the future.
There are many rubrics available for nonprofit leaders to better understand where their organization is in its cycle of development and what is required to move to the next level.
A Fairfield County, Conn. survey suggests that the primary benefit of the area’s many nonprofit collaborations and mergers is increased quality and scope of service, not reduced costs.
In a small Oregon community, two competing groups are creating a stink over whose garlic festival is the real deal.
The Republican National Committee’s election post-mortem may not acknowledge why Romney lost to Obama—the electorate didn’t agree with Romney’s platform—but it contains some advice that the nonprofit sector would do well to heed.
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