| February 18, 2019
Your organization’s mission statement deserves to be elegant, precise, and even poetic, because these words embody the reason your nonprofit exists. History has seen few more exacting wordsmiths than the great haiku poets, and nonprofits can learn much from them.
| March 21, 2018
For the past few months, my NPQ colleague Amy Costello has been working on a series about the problem of sexual harassment and abuse in the global aid sector.
| August 31, 2017
NPQ will be on a publishing break until September 5th, but as we head into a long weekend, we thought we would share some of what’s been happening here behind the scenes.
| June 15, 2017
I want to invite you to spend some webinar time with me and the insightful Dr. Patrick Rooney, associate dean of academic affairs and research at the Indiana University Lilly School of Philanthropy.
| May 16, 2017
All nonprofits have or should have moments of ethical self-questioning, and it is in the nature of ethical questions to be subject to subjective judgment.
| April 18, 2017
NPQ is proud and excited to announce Cyndi Suarez as its new senior editor!
| March 14, 2017
This is my favorite nonprofit conference of the year because people actually talk about realities rather than one-size-fits-all prescriptions. Join us!
| March 3, 2017
“What should we do as members of the nonprofit sector to assess the impact of this election on the sector’s future well-being?”
| December 8, 2016
Some conflict is necessary for our work, but the way we handle the conflict can influence whether people feel respected.
| December 1, 2016
As we go through this presidential transition, NPQ has given a lot of hard thought to what we write on and from what stance.