Some changes, like the turning of the seasons, are predictable. Others, such as the storms of life and business, are not. What are you doing to weather change in your organization?
Author: Mark Beebe
While there are definitely some differences between the for-profit and nonprofit worlds, many nonprofits – especially smaller ones – miss the mark as they fail to incorporate some of the standard financial wisdom regularly utilized by those operating in the for-profit space into their operations.
Succession planning isn’t always top-of-mind for those in the not for profit industry. Read on to find out why it should be.
Find out how you can prepare your nonprofit for new revenue recognition and lease standards now to avoid issues later.
Can technology help you solve some of your nonprofit’s biggest challenges? Well, in many cases – yes. Keep reading to find out how.
The standards not-for-profit organizations use to prepare their financial statements have gone untouched for 20 years. But all that is about to change.
Service organizations provide critical operations to businesses and organizations at cost-effective rates. Just remember that it’s your responsibility to provide the oversight needed to make sure that they are performing up to your standards.