NPQ’s Week in Review

Good Morning! At NPQ, the news moves us—and what moves us is what moves you. Our latest Week in Review highlights what our readers bring to us in the form of tweets, comments, contributed articles, and newswires.

But first take look at what you might have missed last week as some of the major news stories covered in NPQ.

And much, much more.

Readers Pick. Hottest hitting article OF THE WEEK.

Voices from the Field: Nonprofit Workplace Culture – Why it Matters so Much to Us

On Monday NPQ received a draft article from Jinna Halperin about the sometimes painful gap between the mission intentions and the workplace cultures of nonprofits with which she has been involved. We edited “Workplace Culture: Why it Matters so Much to Us” on Tuesday and it ran on Wednesday as part of our “Voices from the Field” series, and by Thursday it was far and away the most read article of the week, attracting readers, to judge from the comments, on a global basis. This article resonated because Jinna put words to our all too common experiences. But in doing so she raises the dissonance for us each to consider and address. We thank her for her honesty.

Conversations OF THE WEEK.

Giving USA

Coke Funding for Anti-Obesity Charity a Tainting Embarrassment 

It is always a topic that needs and attracts discussion: When is a donor so tainted for one reason or another that we should not accept their money? NPQ