They agreed to each build on their complementary capacities, meanwhile providing them to one another so they could grow to the scale a combined entity would need. Thus, the two organizations have developed purposefully over years in ways that would eventually fit nicely together as one.
Curated links to the best strategic management resources for nonprofit leaders.
Source: The Nonprofit Strategy Library
Social trends do not observe calendars, of course, but as NPQ looks back over some of the powerful trends rocking this country and its nonprofits and philanthropic sector this year, we see 7 trends that are actively continuing to develop These trends, therefore, can and should be seen as opportunities for breakthroughs and NPQ will be here right by your side while we seize the day.
A nonprofit organization gets a chance at role reversal with foundations.
posted first in the Center for Effective Philanthropy Blog on February 27th 2018 Transparency — being open, honest, and clear — is a key driver of strong relationships between funders and grantees. It’s valued by foundation and grantee CEOs alike, and grantees think foundations are doing a decent job of being transparent (though more so in sharing about their processes than their learning).