The Nonprofit Ethicist
An inebriated executive director takes things too far with a staff member, and more. by Woods Bowman
Nonprofit Capacity Building for What?
Are the capacity-building needs of nonprofit organizations changing? A discussion with 60 consultants indicates some shifts. by Ruth McCambridge
Driving Social Change
How do societies enact lasting change and protect social change from the inevitable backlash? by Paul C. Light, Ph.D.
IT Workers: Shedding the City-upon-the-Hill Model
If IT departments want to remain relevant, they have to open their doors to new tactics and ways of working. by Holly Ross
A Community Fights Back: Mergers in Humboldt County
A recent flap with Easter Seals unearths some enduring issues of disenfranchisement and constituency neglect in rural areas. by Rick Cohen
Finding a New Tune: How Arts Organizations..
Arts Organizations are struggling to tread water operationally without sapping creative energy. by Corbett Barklie
You Don't Need an Empire to Build Strength for Change
Four organizations illustrate that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. by Deborah Linnell
WikiLeaks: A Small NGO on a Global Stage
Is WikiLeaks a renegade nonprofit in search of truth or an irresponsible group of "hackers" that has exploited the Web? by the editors
Evolution - Not Revolution - Is the Course of Online Giving?
The Web has become a key feature of the modern-philanthropy equation. by Steve Boland
Most substantive decisions aren't made in nonprofit boardrooms, but governance models haven't caught up with this reality. by David O. Renz, Ph.D.
A Staff member is caught between the belief in doing what is right and a stubborn board. by Mark Light