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Do Business and Nonprofit Boards Have Common MOs?

Do Business and Nonprofit Boards Have Common MOs?

By: Eugene Fram

My blog posts in the past have frequently suggested that nonprofit boards can successfully adapt common practices used by for-profit boards. 626 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

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Yes, if the organization has the following structure: 346 more words

Nonprofit Board Members Have The Potential To Become Great Ambassadors!

Nonprofit Board Members Have The Potential To Become Great Ambassadors!

By: Eugene Fram

There is no shortage of able communicators on most nonprofit boards. Directors usually bring a degree of passion, purpose and special abilities to their term of service. 580 more words

Who is Primarily Accountable for Long Term Planning – Board or CEO?

Who is Primarily Accountable for Long Term Planning – Board or CEO?

By: Eugene Fram

THE QUESTION

Can you further clarify whom you see as accountable for making what decisions in relation to the various aspects of corporate strategy creation and execution? 458 more words

In Praise of Small Events

Many of the people and organizations I talk to about development strategy think that fundraising is all about big events like walks, runs, and galas.  They do not seem to realize that these things take a great amount of time, manpower, and money, so the net returns are not as great as many would assume.   724 more words

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Does the Nonprofit CEO Need to Go?

Does the Nonprofit CEO Need to Go?

By: Eugene Fram

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Recognizing and acknowledging that the current CEO is no longer helpful to the nonprofit organization is never easy to come by. 766 more words

Board Diversity Impacts ROI

It’s hard to find an organization today that’s not focused on, or at least giving lip service to, diversity. But have you ever considered the… 557 more words

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