Using ‘goal alignment’ to improve nonprofit efficiency
By correctly aligning employees’ goals with those of the nonprofit, every staff member will have a clear understanding of how their work contributes to the organization’s success, and management will see how every staff member is contributing to the organization’s goals.
Managing a nonprofit’s information pipeline
Coordinating and properly managing the information flowing from a nonprofit to its various constituents is crucial for managing a nonprofit's reputation among stakeholders.
Business principles for marketing, practically applied
The famous organizational writer Peter Drucker shared thoughts decades ago that are relevant to serving current communications needs of nonprofits.
Keeping an eye on the dashboard
By maintaining both a personal and organizational ‘dashboard,’ nonprofit professionals can better manage their own goals and those of their nonprofit.
Few Latinos at California nonprofits
Latinos account for about 36 percent of the state’s population, but only about 28 percent of nonprofit staffers are Latino, a new study says.
Striving for the optimal overhead goal
While many nonprofits strive for ultra-low overheard to impress donors, anemic investment in resources, systems and processes is shortsighted.
Nonprofits work to avoid layoffs
Nonprofit operations executives are instituting cost-cutting measures to forestall layoffs, a new report says.