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When I originally wrote my nonprofit textbook in 1979, it was in the form of a series of mimeographed chapters duplicated and shared with a class of Harvard University students.  There was no book that included what I wanted to … Continue reading

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The traditional focus of nonprofit decision-making practice has been a discussion around the allocation of authority and responsibility among those at the top of the organizational pyramid. Which decisions require the approval of the chief executive (and is she functioning … Continue reading

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It wasn’t as much of an escape as some of the legal thrillers I read on the beach this summer, but Competing for the Future, by Gary Hamel and C.K. Prahalad, is a post-Labor Day “must-read” for anyone on the … Continue reading

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