Two ways to improve the quality of discussion and decision-making at your organization.
Effective giving requires strong personal relationships and networks.
Two ways nonprofit leaders can develop better, more productive relationships with their boards.
Boring nonprofit board meetings are deadly.
How to make convenings that matter.
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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.