Why would committed, dedicated workers be antsy about their salaries? It could be a question of fairness, or they might just need to pay the rent.
Open meeting laws and other requirements can act as guidelines for any organization seeking to increase its transparency and accountability.
When for-profits invade the domain of public goods, nonprofit leaders need to put down their basketballs and respond
Hidden in the IRS Code and elsewhere, there are little gems for making your employees’ lives easier—at low cost to you.
Learn about a way to use cutting-edge technology without making a massive up-front investment.
Nonprofits need not scramble for funds–and when they’re steady, constituents benefit.
How keen are you to institute power-sharing in your organization? Take the readiness quiz.
An overview of the entire issue that pulls together the threads of our major theme: advocacy.
Was the violent death of two-year-old Raheem Dixon another unfortunate expression of the culture of urban poverty or the by-product of poorly conceived public policy? Gamson explains the role of issue-frames in determining which issues get on the agenda of policymakers and offers suggestions for asserting alternative frames.
The author offers a rich illustration of the range of options available to nonprofit organizations, clarifying and distinguishing among the many definitions of the term, advocacy.