Organizations around the world are using artificial intelligence to improve processes, delegate tasks, and drive progress. What do nonprofit leaders need to know?
Tune in as collaboration evangelist and Walton Family Foundation CSO, Chelsea Peters and I uncover the power of public-private partnerships. Spoiler alert: it’s all about combining your superpowers!
What were your biggest takeaways from 2022? Tune in as Stacy Palmer, editor of the Chronicle of Philanthropy, and I discuss some of the nonprofit sector’s biggest headlines, trends, and takeaways of 2022.
In this episode, my guest compares strategy to love — tune in as Robert Raben and I dig deep into the topic of nonprofit strategic planning and how the right approach can help promote diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Strategic planning, as a traditional process, can be costly, stressful, and deeply draining. Here’s a better alternative.
Does it always make sense to organize as a 501c3? How do you decide whether you need a c3, c4 or even a for-profit LLC? What are the pros and cons?
Find out how partnerships can succeed and when they might fail and learn the origin story of the successful partnership between Uber and Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
Mergers can help nonprofits increase reach and impact, but they can also become a disaster. Here’s how to decide if you should go for it.
Your nonprofit has hit a wall and you want to scale up. But how? Why do some organizations grow and others do not? In this episode, Kathleen demystifies the process for “biggie-sizing” your nonprofit.
Too often, nonprofits become distracted by the newest and shiniest programming. This can cause big opportunities to be missed. Lindsay Hoffman explains…
It takes a village to run a nonprofit. Today’s guest tells us a thing or two about the success that comes with collaboration – and the potential hazards.
It seems like everyone views strategic planning with a sort of dread. But when you do it right, it’s game changing. With special guest Liana Downey.