I’m a huge fan of the Nonprofit Quarterly…it’s daily on-line feed and its quarterly print publication.
NPQ makes me think. Gives me strategic information. Great practical tips about ethical dilemmas. Insightful articles about governance. Some of the best writing on the nonprofit sector as an important tool for democracy. Challenges to all of us about the role of nonprofits in public policy and advocacy.
And now, “How Much Profit Does a Nonprofit Need?” An article by Woods Bowman, posted 12-16-13. Interesting. Useful. Worthy of sharing with the organization’s CEO and finance team. A starting point for a conversation with the board’s Finance Committee.
Check it out!
And, here are a couple more things to read:
- Today’s Seth Godin blog, “Which charity?” A lovely piece about giving.
- My blog at Bloomerang, talking about Eric Friedman’s book Reinventing Philanthropy. Wow, do I ever disagree!