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My recent work on a grant application and a series of stories on National Public Radio have me thinking about creative collaborations.  Why do we enter into such arrangements, when we know that in so doing we sacrifice a degree … Continue reading

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There were two recent announcements of unusual organizational collaborations that caught my attention. First, an article in Crains New York reported that the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company is in final negotiations to merge with Dance Theater Workshop. If … Continue reading

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Although I hear that things are slowly improving in the economy, I know from my interactions with many nonprofits that the struggle is far from over.  Individual giving (except for extraordinary efforts like Haiti relief) is stagnant.  Foundations are still … Continue reading

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A recent issue of our newsletter, Sounding Board, focused on the topic of mergers and strategic alliances in the cultural nonprofit sector, and generated more than the usual amount of feedback from clients and industry leaders. While some readers thanked … Continue reading

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