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Lack Of Governance Prime Target Of Regulators
The number one board governance issue that gets nonprofits in trouble is directors and senior leadership failing to be sufficiently active and informed.That was the takeaway from a panel discussion during the recent public day of the annual conference of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) and National Association of State Charity Officials (NASCO) at The Westin City Center in Washington, D.C.
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Can’t Slice And Dice Your Way To The Top
People have their own ways of getting things done, but probably not too many would take the ninja approach.But that’s the approach taken by Graham Allcott in his book “How to Be a Productivity Ninja.” It isn’t necessary to wear a mask and elaborate costume, but Allcott recommends a mix of go-get-‘em and being smart.
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Risk Management …
Decisions Take A Lot Of “Sight”
Decisions, decisions. How much easier would life be without having to make them? That’s a nice dream. Anyway, nonprofit managers have to make decisions all the time, and that includes before, during and after the times when things go wrong. During the Nonprofit Risk Management Center’s 2016 Risk Summit, Melanie Herman, Gaetana De Angelo and Eric Spacek of the Nonprofit Risk Management Center said that leaders do have resources to make the best possible decisions, and they are free and readily at hand.
It isn’t always easy to know which way the t rends are tending, but in the world of fundraising it can be very helpful to know what’s going on. During the Bridge to Integrated Marketing & Fundraising Conference at National Harbor, Md., Sarah Di Julio of M+R and Vinnie Wishrad of the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) offered a look at online trends that are showing positive results through the nonprofit sector.