For-profits tend to accept the benefits of coaching as a given. Nonprofits, on the other hand, question whether or not coaching actually works, and are more concerned with return on investment. But, as Bill Ryan explains, rather than asking “Does coaching work?,” nonprofit organizations invested in the practice would be better served figuring out how to make it work in their particular situation.
A study done by The Center for Effective Philanthropy reiterates something we pretty much already knew; grantees like foundations better when they share information – all kinds of information.
As the tragedy starts to pass, the fund’s administrator settles into the grim work of making restitution.
An activist group is taking an unusual tack against media monopolization by trying to buy their very own conglomerate with crowdfunded help.
As the vote to change BSA’s policy draws near, the Heritage Foundation makes a near-final stand against the movement to allow openly gay scouts.