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.
How human services nonprofits can stay afloat and advance their missions during a time of government cutbacks.
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.
Collectivist, group-oriented teams do better work.
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Transformational leaders capitalize on the creativity that employees have.
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
Integrated reporting—the combination of a company’s ﬁnancial and nonﬁnancial performance in one document—is a crucial step to creating a more sustainable society.
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.