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.
In recent years watchdog groups, the media and others have increased their scrutiny of how much not-for-profits spend on programs vs. administration and fundraising.
Whistleblower policies protect individuals who risk their careers — or take other kinds of risks — to report illegal or unethical practices.