From their actions, the Sweet Briar College board and the Virginia state attorney general seem to be “running down the clock”—playing heavy and unified defense until it becomes too late to reverse the board’s confounding decision to close.
NPQ is finishing up its annual survey of readers this week. We have 850 responses—but are we missing yours?
The description of the infighting at the Pinellas County Homeless Leadership Board is excruciating, but there may be a relatively simple solution to the impasse.
In organizational development, we know that all kinds of things can affect organizational culture, including the field of work, your community, and your donors. These influences have produced a Gilded Age drama worthy of Masterpiece Theater in Newport, Rhode Island.
We found the Guardian’s piece on starting a career in the nonprofit or charity sector refreshingly clear. One way to do so is through empowered volunteering!
Evicting Your Grandmother to Offset the Costs of Child Abuse? Just Good Business for this Archdiocese
The Boston Catholic Archdiocese is apparently willing to cart the dedicated parishioners of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Roman Catholic Church off in handcuffs as early as Friday.