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Are Nonprofit Best Practices Stupid?
Are Nonprofit Best Practices Stupid? Thu, Dec 01, 2016 Why continue to do what doesn't work? Evaluate your practices to see if they are producing positive outcomes. If they're not, change them. My speaker colleague Stephen Shapiro has insight how to do just that. Read More

Is Nonprofit Planning an Oxymoron?
Is Nonprofit Planning an Oxymoron? Mon, May 30, 2016 Audiences of nonprofit leaders indicate that few of them engage in strategic planning, yet they know the benefits. Why? It's a puzzling situation. My own experience that planning is a mission tool in the nonprofit tool box and its reinforced by two s... Read More

Don’t Delegate and Forget
Don’t Delegate and Forget Wed, Sep 30, 2015 Volunteers who sign up for involvement in a nonprofit or an association are anticipating a positive experience. Read More

Create a Culture of Nonprofit Creativity
Create a Culture of Nonprofit Creativity Wed, Jul 30, 2014 Leaders are looking for new ideas and solutions to difficult challenges. However, identifying innovative answers can be challenging. Just telling an organization to solve its problems by thinking outside the box isn’t especially helpful. What does th... Read More

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