March 30, 2015



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  • The Challenges of New Nonprofits

    Non profitAs organizational theorists have described it, an organization’s risk of dying is highest at the point of its founding and decreases with age. So it is essential for new ...

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One Wikipedia Approach to Ensuring Diversity in Volunteer Editors

EditingWikipedia has been actively working with nonprofits to support edit-a-thons aimed at ensuring that contributors of content are diverse.

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Indiana Passes Controversial Religious Freedom Law Sanctioning LGBT Discrimination

LGBT discriminationIndiana passes a law that will allow business owners to refuse service to anyone they perceive as restricting their religious freedom—like the LGBT community.

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Indiana’s Small Businesses Are “Open for Service” in Face of New Law

NewsNPQ is always interested in the dynamics of organic responses by citizens to what strikes them as failures of governance. Here is one organized by a nonprofit among small businesses in Indiana.

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McKinsey & Company Starts Its Own Version of Bain’s Bridgespan

GayleHelene Gayle is leaving CARE to head a new nonprofit management consulting entity being established and capitalized by McKinsey, the for-profit global management consulting firm.

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Texas Legislature Tries to Weaken Board Governance at UT-Austin

UTIn the wake of the admissions scandal at the University of Texas-Austin, we think school administrators and Texas state legislators could use a refresher course on the roles and responsibilities of board members. 

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Problem with Cruz Campaign Announcement: Liberty U.’s Tax-Exempt, No-Politicking Status

Liberty UniversityThe question now before the IRS: Did Liberty University break the law as a tax-exempt entity hosting Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign announcement. 

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