I have been struck by some recent studies that show the proportion of long-term executive directors still in their jobs after 10 or more years. Many of them are over 50.
Some for-profit colleges are eying the nonprofit sector for a better perch, despite the ban on “ownership.” It takes a little financial creativity and a lot of conflicts of interest.
Organizations that neglect their financial checks and balances because they trust the staff are being unfair to everyone involved, including staff.
This should be a treasure trove of lessons: an expert group autopsy of a group of high-profile failed organizations in New York.
More than 25 Ferguson-area businesses have raised a combined $447,198 on GoFundMe.
This story is not new: A CEO spends decades providing great nonprofit leadership, but no one ever considers ensuring that she can retire afterward.