Adopting solid organizational policies can help your nonprofit set expectations and avoid a laundry list of problems.
When nonprofit board members feel dissatisfied, they often resign. Good communication about common objectives can prevent that.
One board member’s personal trials and triumphs of serving on a board, including invaluable lessons that every board member can benefit from.
How U/X and user-centered design methods can better communicate visual stories in a way that advances the mission of your organization.
A tiger escaped and attacked three visitors and killed one of them at the San Francisco Zoo. How did the zoo board react?
Too often, the focus on nonprofit executive transitions is about the departing executive. Here’s one such story.
Major gifts aren’t the right strategy for every organization, but we can still appreciate how this fundraiser talks about her job.
A board member shares a story about the difficult process of firing a nonprofit founder when money just wasn’t coming in.
A nonprofit founder provides a first-person account of what it’s like to be fired from her organization — by a board that she had put together.
How to find grantwriters, select them, how much to pay them and what kinds of payment arrangements to choose.