The president and CEO of GEO describes what the organization learned over the course of its Scaling What Works initiative.
How human services nonprofits can stay afloat and advance their missions during a time of government cutbacks.
In 2008, a group of Chicago’s social service agencies formed the Back Office Cooperative, which has produced impressive financial savings. Yet greater efficiency has had a cultural cost.
Four guidelines provide a road map for leaders to identify and develop the right funding model for their organization.
How local governments and nonprofits can work together for large-scale community change.
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Transformational leaders capitalize on the creativity that employees have.
Collectivist, group-oriented teams do better work.
Organizations should focus less on growing themselves and more on cultivating their networks.
Nonprofit Sustainability: Making Strategic Decisions for Financial Viability by Jeanne Bell, Jan Masaoka & Steve Zimmerman
Under the EPA’s Audit Policy, violators who voluntarily report themselves can get certain penalties reduced or waived if they commit to ongoing self-regulation.