The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra musicians are locked out for a second time in two years, and some donors are weighing in on the side of the musicians.
A recent Gallup poll in conjunction with Inside Higher Ed reveals that presidents of private colleges and universities express more satisfaction with their boards than those at public institutions. Why is that?
The president of the Ford Foundation gives NPQ a view of its current direction. As a leadership foundation, that path may represent something larger.
Lots of rich people give multimillion-dollar grants, but how many of them do so in a way that respects the knowledge of those on the ground?
One more classical arts organization in trouble. The Atlanta Symphony has locked out its musicians for the second time in two years.
Those who donated to see a classic 1920s-era moviehouse converted into a performing arts center were shocked to learn that the members of the board of the Valley View Foundation had paid themselves more than $30,000 as salary.