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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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Hoarders: the Nonprofit Edition (and Other Ethical Issues)

EthicistIs it ethical to hoard endowment returns numbering in the millions? What is the most diplomatic way for an accountant to flag a client’s unstated going concern problem? Is it a conflict of interest for a membership association’s board to also serve as the board of the association’s charitable nonprofit? The Ethicist weighs in.

The Ethicist on Pledge Posting and Nonprofit Pariahs

EthicistFrom improperly recorded pledges to nonprofit pariahs—there isn’t a question, problem, or dilemma that the Ethicist cannot solve.

Nonprofit Salary Differentials: The Ethicist Weighs In

EthicistUnfair wages? Donors gone wild? Illegal practices? The Ethicist weighs in.

The Nonprofit Ethicist | Fall/Winter 2013

EthicistNepotism? Conflicts of interest? A hidden agenda? The Ethicist comes to the rescue.

Mommie Dearest, Nonprofit Style

EthicistNepotism? Conflicts of interest? A hidden agenda? The Ethicist comes to the rescue.

 

The Nonprofit Ethicist: Cheese Curls and Conflicts of Interest

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A board member applies for an ED position; a congregation member wants to do management consulting with his own church; and our continuing struggles with donations of junk food. The Nonprofit Ethicist weighs in.