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Nonprofits: Due for Due Diligence

Posted by Patricia Q. Connolly on May 8, 2019 12:36:29 PM

If you were approached to invest in a business, a major part of your decision making process would include doing your due diligence. In addition to conducting a preliminary financial review, you would look at the market, competition, and the company’s governance structure. You would also examine...


Topics: similarities in for-profits and nonprofits

The 3 Gotta-Haves for Boards Seeking Impact and Scale

Posted by Donald Summers on Jul 18, 2018 12:15:00 PM

An exciting, grand historical evolution of American society is taking place: For-profit and nonprofit domains are converging. Many of the entrepreneurial and organizational practices and frameworks found most frequently in the business world are finding increased adoption in the social sector, just...


Topics: strategic planning, Culture, similarities in for-profits and nonprofits

Using For-Profit Language to Think Differently About Nonprofits

Posted by Patricia Q. Connolly on Jun 6, 2018 12:26:11 PM

Nonprofits face many challenges today that are unique to the sector, with fundraising being one that immediately comes to mind. But nonprofit organizations are not necessarily as different from their for-profit counterparts as one might think; both require strong governance and oversight to...


Topics: similarities in for-profits and nonprofits

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