I have been thinking a lot about non-profit boards, and what I have experienced with the organizations I have been involved with. The challenges and rewards. I ran across an opinion article from The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Every Board”s Guide to Strong Organizational Leadership in 2011, by Michael W. Pergrine. He speaks about the challenges […]View Post
In December I attended a presentation about understanding financial statements by our friend, Susan Hammond at Stonehill College’s Center for Nonprofit Management. The talk/discussion was called Developing a Financially Intelligent Organization: Stress-Free Financial Management for the Non-Financial Executive.
Susan went about explaining these sometimes complex financial statements, as well as day-to-day tactics and policies to assist with the understanding of basic accounting and how NPO directors and boards should handle situations.View Post Accounting, Business, Finance, Financial Services, Financial statement, non-profit organization, Organization, Stonehill College
Guest Post by Mark C Rogers Esq., Attorney for The Rogers Law Firm and sponsors of the October 22 Non-Profit Toolbox Mini-Conference. See an interview with Mark here. All too often in the world of non-profit organizations, an individual becomes a member of a board of directors (or trustees) and attends their first board meeting […]View Post Governance, mark c rogers esq, non-profit, non-profit toolbox, orga, Organization, The Rogers Law Firm