The idea of a library of things has popped up all over, in and outside of libraries—in Berlin, Amsterdam, London, and elsewhere.
The One Fund should be noted for its lack of major turmoil in distributing the money raised for those affected by the Boston Marathon bombing.
From Susan G. Komen to the San Diego Opera and the Market Basket chain, the new communications environment allows diverse groups of stakeholders to organize for common cause much more quickly than might have been possible in the past. This is potentially paradigm shifting for boards.
The board of the Women’s Resource Center in Fort Collins, Colorado, closed the program on January 31 after 40 years, but former staff and supporters are now challenging that decision, saying that the bylaws were violated.
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s investment in the development of an astronomically-priced breakthrough drug paid off in a dramatic way.
The majority of staff at the Red Cross has no faith in leadership and 40% do not have faith in its ethics.