The Field Museum of Natural History is going through financial difficulties that some say were presaged in a memorandum sent to the board in 2006 that ended up ignored due to interpersonal politics.
Mark Vanderbeck, CEO of ACTS Retirement-Life Communities, recalls his first realization of the wisdom and experience at hand in his residents.
In what experts are calling a unique development, the unions negotiating with the Met have won a new kind of concession with interesting implications.
Some loosely connected thoughts about stakeholder engagement and accuracy of effort.
Is it a communications issue, or is it that criticism has finally caught up with this organization that appeared for a while to be happily oblivious?
For-profits tend to accept the benefits of coaching as a given. Nonprofits, on the other hand, question whether or not coaching actually works, and are more concerned with return on investment. But, as Bill Ryan explains, rather than asking “Does coaching work?,” nonprofit organizations invested in the practice would be better served figuring out how to make it work in their particular situation.