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Tag Archives: non-profits
Communication and learning
Regular readers of this blog know that I use this space to think out loud. It is where I take shards of a theme that keep surfacing and see howContinue reading “Communication and learning”
The Nonprofit Learning Test Kitchen
We have some new projects brewing at the back of our stove. Our test kitchen is humming with activity as learning experts and technologists come together to try and findContinue reading “The Nonprofit Learning Test Kitchen”
One year in: Reflections
I have officially been working as a consultant for one year. It was not my original plan to start a new consulting practice at the start of a global pandemic.Continue reading “One year in: Reflections”
Tools to plan for that next disaster
In April 2021, my colleague Margaret Meps Schulte and I released a new nonprofit resource: Disaster Planning for Nonprofits. Sponsored in Washington State by the Non Profit Insurance Program (NPIP),Continue reading “Tools to plan for that next disaster”
Nonprofit Financial Strategy in Response to Crisis
The current public health crisis has disrupted nonprofits’ operations and funding sources, with longer-term impacts that remain unknown. Over two hours, participants will gain the information needed to visualize and chart a financial strategy that proactively addresses the short- and longer-term impacts of the crisis.
Merger: A Strategy for Nonprofit Sustainability
Merger: A Strategy for Nonprofit Sustainability unpacks what nonprofit leaders needs to know about a range of options to restructure organizations.