Exodus of executive directors expected
A mass departure of executive directors from their nonprofits is expected over the next five years because of frustration with their organizations’ shaky finances, under-performing boards of directors, and the difficulty of balancing work and life, a new study says.
Accounting lessons from the recession
While there are signs the economy is improving, the pain is far from over and experts says it’s time for nonprofits to heed the painful accounting advice dealt out by the recession if they are to rebuild strong and stable financial bases.
Consulting for nonprofits adapts to market
Stretched to the limit in the face of budget cuts and rising demand for services, a growing number of nonprofits are developing new relationships with consultants to handle new kinds of work to help address critical needs.
Role of boards critical during crisis
While the job description for a nonprofit board member remains the same during good times and bad, experts say, there are key priorities for managing through a crisis.
Online board tutorial launched
The new online tool from CompassPoint provides information and resources for people interested in serving on nonprofit boards.
Matchmaking for corporate philanthropy
Darian Rodriguez Heyman, executive director of the Craigslist Foundation, speaks to the intricacies of matchmaking between nonprofits and corporate donors.