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Nonprofits

 

Innovative ideas to help leaders of nonprofits and NGOs be more effective

 

Passing the Torch

Baby boomer nonprofit leaders face the future, and it's not us.

By Pamela David | Spring 2006
 

Act on Facts, Not Faith

How management can follow medicine's lead and rely on evidence, not on half-truths.

By Jeffrey Pfeffer & Robert I. Sutton | 1 | Spring 2006
 

Giving Donors Control

A United Way affiliate has boosted fundraising by breaking the rules.

By Dan Gordon | 1 | Spring 2006
 

In the Mood for Creativity

Happiness, not melancholy, helps sparks innovation.

By Alessandra Bianchi | Spring 2006
 

Missed Signals

Why e-mail messages are so often misunderstood.

By Alessandra Bianchi | Spring 2006
 

An Organizational Approach to Burnout

Sidebar to "Reversing Burnout:" a return to fairness revitalizes a workforce.

By Christina Maslach & Michael P. Leiter | Winter 2005
 

Research on a Shoestring Budget

Sidebar to "Research Rules:" some tips for picking your public's brain –– cheaply.

By R. Christine Hershey & Andrew Posey | Winter 2005
 

Burnout in a Crisis

Sidebar to "Reversing Burnout:" when working a crisis, put your own oxygen mask on first.

By Marguerite Rigoglioso | Winter 2005
 

Research Rules

Why nonprofits should do their homework before communicating with the public.

By R. Christine Hershey & Andrew Posey | Winter 2005
 

Reversing Burnout

How to rekindle your passion for your work.

By Christina Maslach & Michael P. Leiter | 1 | Winter 2005