Management Tips

Match Considerations Funders Might Require

December 6, 2016       The NonProfit Times      

Many funders require organizations to supplement grant funding with other resources. This required “match” can help stretch a funder’s limited dollars and can also boost confidence in your proposed program.

Know How A Donor’s Relationship Evolves

December 6, 2016       The NonProfit Times      

Creating a relationship with donors that is customized to their experience makes donors feel heard and valued in their donation experience. Figuring out what your donors want, however, tends to be easier said than done. Journey mapping is one way to clear away the clutter and focus on individuals.

Facts About Diverse Households

December 6, 2016       The NonProfit Times      

The push for diversity usually emphasizes the need for people to grow intellectually by being exposed to a wide variety of currents and influences, this improving the world in many intangible ways.

7 Characteristics Of A Culture Of Safety

December 5, 2016       The NonProfit Times      

“The foam did it.” That was the conclusion offered by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) after the loss of a spacecraft and its crew.

7 Cautions For Using Unpaid Interns

December 5, 2016       The NonProfit Times      

Internships have proved to be beneficial to both students and employers, but recent disputes about what an internship entails or what kind of compensation, if any, is involved have resulted in several court cases.

4 Ways To Bringing a New Idea to Life

December 5, 2016       The NonProfit Times      

The nonprofit community is rife with idealists cooking up audacious solutions to stubborn problems. It’s a petri dish, bubbling with impudent notions that just might work.

6 Questions For Cyber Outsourcing

December 1, 2016       The NonProfit Times      

The increasingly complicated nature of computer networking has caused many organizations and for-profits to outsource either some or all of their computer operations, and many have experienced great success by doing so.

6 Items On Your Financial Dashboard

December 1, 2016       The NonProfit Times      

Choosing the right financial dashboard is like choosing a dog to adopt: you want one that fits with your organization style and won’t chew up your funds (or your new shoes) in the process of getting used to each other. A strong financial dashboard provides a comprehensive view of your organization’s data and accessible, clear communication channels.

7 Action Items For Deferred Compensation

December 1, 2016       The NonProfit Times      

It only took nine years, but the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) earlier this year released proposed regulations for deferred compensation by tax-exempt employers. In 2016 the IRS started to offer specifics on Notice 2007-62.

7 Reasons Millennials Give

November 29, 2016       The NonProfit Times      

The top reason Millennials choose to give to nonprofits is because the organization inspires them. And, according to a marketing research firm serving nonprofits, inspiring them is worth your time. Totaling 80 million people, Millennials are expected to make up 50 percent of the work force by 2020, said Caryn Stein, a vice president of marketing at Ruffalo Noel Levits, which serves educational and other fundraising clients nationwide.