A look at Silicon Valley’s surprising disconnect and opportunities that all local funders should consider.
Informal enterprise is expanding rapidly, raising questions about what we mean when we say “the” economy and how we can better engage with it.
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There are new leaders coming into the nonprofit sector with ideas that have the potential to change the way social change happens. It’s time to ask some new questions.
My new book, "Nonprofit Turnaround: A Guide for Nonprofit Leaders, Consultants and Funders," delves into questions of the state of nonprofits today.
How can we work together in the nonprofit sector to produce results that we can all benefit from?
Foundation and nonprofit leaders need to pay the same attention to increasing employment in the sector as they do to preserving the full deductibility of donations at the highest tax brackets.
The current economic crisis is the result of a huge misalignment of short term, personal benefits and long term sustainability.