One simple change to the IRS code would ensure that nonprofits assemble diverse boards that truly represent the organizations’ owners: the community.
Empowered boards are critical to the success of organizations.
How to use online social network tools to find the right board members—with the right networks—easier.
Introducing a corporate measurement strategy to the social sector presents a variety of potential uses and associated practices.
Imagine a new nonprofit board governance practice where organizations engaged peers to assess their work.
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Predict the results of two recent development studies, conducted by IPA, one of the world's leading poverty research organizations.
The recent collapse of Hull House is a reminder that the tectonic shifts underway in the human service sector cannot be avoided.
Refresh your dashboard to better inform your board's decisions.
Face-to-face conversations among CEOs reminds and reassures them that that failure is, in fact, the norm and does not preclude success.
Why do board cultures vary so much by geography, and how can we help bring the best of them to all cities?