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Silos Are For Cows, Not for Deans and Development Officers

I want to welcome Mark Jones, Senior Associate at BWF, as our new regular guest blogger. As a veteran of the field and trainer and advocate for fundraisers he brings a new perspective and expertise to this blog. 1,076 more words

July 15 Workshop: H.R. FOR NON-PROFITS

Does your organization have a H.R. (Human Resources) authority?  

If not, this workshop will be beneficial.

Learn about

• HR issues unique to non-profits

• HR questions that arise every day… 90 more words

Non-profit Management

Three legal questions to ask when founding your social enterprise

Social and non-profit enterprises can take a wide variety of legal forms, and the choice of structure is not always an easy one. Legal structures and requirements vary globally, but this blog outlines the key questions that you should ask before founding a social enterprise in the UK. 814 more words

Social Enterprise

Business Analysis at Reasoning Mind

Why I was drawn to the Business Analysis Department

One of the things that appealed most to me about Reasoning Mind was the fact that they have a Business Analysis Department. 1,138 more words

Can A Nonprofit Organization Have A President/CEO & An Executive Director?

Can A Nonprofit Organization Have A President/CEO & An Executive Director?

By: Eugene H. Fram

Yes, if the organization has the following structure:

Board With A Volunteer Chairperson… 382 more words

Do Nonprofit Board and For-Profit Boards Face Similar Major Challenges?

Do Nonprofit Board and For-Profit Boards Face Similar Major Challenges?

By: Eugene Fram

The answer is Yes! Although the nonprofit’s objective is to develop maximum impact for its mission, while the business organization wants to maximize shareholder returns, a listing of current major challenges by Deloitte Touche Tomatsu indicates the two types of boards face similar challenges* 255 more words