There are so many data points that you can track. So many in fact, that meaningful information may get lost in the noise. More data points do not necessarily yield better results.
While working with one of our private school clients, I was reminded of the of the “10,000 Hour Rule”. Some are endowed with “innate talent”…just born with that “it” factor that allows them to be successful in some particular discipline, but it takes practice to really make it happen.
Ray Dalio speaks to an extremely important, but challenging to implement, leadership principle -- meritocracy of ideas. Office politics, organizational hierarchies, tenure in a position or organization all work against this principle.
Some recent observations from our work on campaigns with hundreds of different organizations, of all types across the US, gives us a unique 30,000-foot view of evolving trends in campaigns.
With over 35 years of experience covering a wide-range of non-profit institutions, Jerry W. Henry, Partner, provides counsel on a daily-basis to a diverse body of clients including educational institutions, human service groups, cultural institutions and faith-based organizations.
It’s no secret that Facebook is a widely used and extremely well-known social media platform. But did you know that your nonprofit can offer fellow Facebook users the ability to donate to your nonprofit.
Supporters of nonprofit organizations have many questions when faced with a specific need, challenge or opportunity in a community. The big question, especially in the wake of natural disasters such as the hurricanes of the recent weeks, is "What happens next?".
One of the most important resources - volunteer leadership - is rarely assessed except in the crudest terms: How much do they give?