An organization that attempts to do too much, too fast will almost certainly decline as quickly as it grows.
Now there is a focus on nonprofit executive pay at the state level. Government has routinely picked battles with the nonprofit sector.
Last year I had the opportunity of working with an NGO effort in Trinidad and Tobago to launch an organization that would build the capacity of NGOs.
Two ways that nonprofits can take more control of the narrative surrounding the poor in the US.
Philanthropists: Rather than making periodic grants that focus on capacity building, embed capacity-building funding into each and every grant you make.
There is a great need to connect small- and mid-sized nonprofits to the innovative work and ideas associated with new movements like "social entrepreneurship."
In the excitement of the budget negotiations, a nonprofit organization was again thrust into the national spotlight.
There should be greater concern over who is protecting nonprofits that find themselves in situations like that of NPR, which recently lost its federal funding.
The debate on the 2012 budget and the President’s own history with the nonprofit sector gave me a better understanding as to why the President might have made some of his decisions.
The hundreds, if not thousands, of nonprofits and collaborations that are similar to CAPs should definitely take notice.
Nonprofits, government, and philanthropy need to take up better sharing practices to advance nonprofits and the communities they aim to serve.
With a much talked about leadership gap on the horizon, we need to support the developing group of new leaders.
What corporate groups can learn from nonprofits.
Let’s put down our gloves, refocus our attention, and realize that we all have a chance to positively change the current relationship between government and the nonprofit sector.
Nonprofit CEO’s can bring a bright and potentially effective array of skills to a corporation.
An anthem to the problems many struggling nonprofits face.
Nonprofits need to share information and resources.
A look at how nonprofits can improve organizational capacity in order to more effectively implement long-lasting social change.
The nonprofit sector can take advantage of the outsourcing movement.
Funders engaging in "carrot and stick" philanthropy only escalate the problems faced by struggling nonprofits.
From stories of "firmness of mind" to "unyielding courage," Third Sector Grit is the driving—but often unrecognized—force behind many nonprofits.
Despite its classification as a nonprofit organization, the NFL fails to conform to typical standards, calling into question whether it really deserves its tax exempt status.
Teach for America compiled a list of the central characteristics of a good teacher, many of which are similar to those found in great nonprofits.