Most not-for-profits are intensely focused on present needs, not the possibility that disaster will strike sometime in the distant future.
A not-for-profit can have many strengths — a prominent board of directors, dedicated volunteers, committed staff members and effective programs — and still struggle to
Not-for-profits increasingly are taking on big issues, such as global warming and economic development.
Outsourcing human resources can give your not-for-profit’s staff more time to spend on core duties and mission-driven programs and it may be cost-effective.
If your not-for-profit’s board is like most, its members lead busy lives.
It’s a well-known truism in the corporate world: Organizations that don’t evolve run the risk of becoming obsolete.
Competition is as fierce as it has ever been for private and public grants to not-for-profits.
Celebrities — whether they’re Hollywood stars, hometown sports heroes or local TV news anchors — can provide a big boost to the not-for-profits they publicly support.
If you think that, once your not-for-profit receives its official tax-exempt status from the IRS, you don’t have to revisit it again, think again.