Why does this tough decision demonstrate good judgment
By Sidni Shorter In Financial Leadership Posted September 5, 2013 0 Comments
Why does this tough decision demonstrate good judgment? The signature nonprofit newscast, “PBS NewsHour,” announced it would be cutting staff this week to compensate for a drop in corporate sponsors. It will eliminate the “noncritical production positions” in San Francisco and Denver and save more money by leaving open positions unfilled and streamlining technical operations. […]
Financial Factors Embodied by a Strong Board
Financial Factors That a Strong Board Embodies A recent article by governance guru and author of Leveraging Good Will Alice Korngold had me nodding my head vigorously. “The Role of the onprofit Board: Four Essential Factors for Effective Governance” is an essential reminder for nonprofit leaders and board members of the important relationship between executive […]
New survey reveals nonprofits adapting to a new reality
New survey reveals nonprofits are adapting to a new reality “Nonprofits are changing the way they do business because they have to: government funding is not returning to pre-recession levels, philanthropic dollars are limited, and demand for critical services has climbed dramatically,” asserts Antony Bugg-Levine, CEO of Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF). The NFF has released […]
Four trends will impact your financial management
Four trends will impact your financial management Many of us wish we had a crystal ball for strategic planning and financial forecasting. Marc Chardon, CEO of nonprofit software provider Blackbaud, came close to this wish in his article last month, “Peering into the Nonprofit Crystal Ball.” He identified four key trends that will have the […]