Oppressed Nonprofit Executives & References for the Unworthy: The Ethicist Weighs In

AN NPQ CLASSIC: How many professional ethicists respond to questions that cite Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War” with answers drawn from Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Emperor’s New Clothes”? NPQ’s Nonprofit Ethicist finds answers to ethical conundrums concerning ugly confrontations among staff and board members, dysfunctional executive directors, and organizations chasing money in logic, philosophy, and literature.

Mommie Dearest, Nonprofit Style

AN NPQ CLASSIC: Just about all nonprofits face conflicts of interest over time—but being prepared for them, comfortable talking about them, and in the habit of correcting on the side of cautiousness is definitely the wisest course. The other path leads into thorny thickets that are hard to negotiate.

The Price of Nonprofit Debt

Is the nonprofit sector overextended with debt? This archived classic by the unmatchable Woods Bowman looks at the data and the best practices behind nonprofits borrowing and repaying within their means.