Among the assets needed by a good manager, credibility is one that is important but often overlooked.
In addition to the benefits the latest technology offers to nonprofits in getting their message out to a wider audience, new advances make record keeping efficient, as well as secure.
Just because you’re a nonprofit doesn’t mean you can’t make money.
Bad information can be worse than no information at all. A strategic planning process is important, but many nonprofits don’t have a good working knowledge of the process.
Heightened consumer expectations can present difficulties for nonprofits, but they can also mean opportunities.
Focus groups can be effective tools for testing new publications, logos, slogans and donor appeals. According to the Communications Toolkit, written and designed by Cause Communications, focus groups can also be beneficial in the early stages of a survey to uncover appropriate areas for questioning.
Out of chaos arises, more chaos?
The popularity of gargantuan retail stores, shopping centers and business parks and the gentrification of urban population centers has spurred awareness of concomitant problems.
Although racial diversity has become prominent in many areas of the nonprofit sector, one place where it still is lacking is in the boardroom.
Money is always an issue for nonprofit organizations, but for some the threat of fiscal insolvency looms large.