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The Nonprofit Ethicist
What to do with “dirty” money, and why a bad deed usually doesn’t go unpunished. By Woods Bowman
Powerful Nonprofit Leadership: The D Factor
Should your context drive your leadership style? NPQ’s editors think so. By the editors
Boards and Leadership Hires: How to Get It Right
The hiring of a new executive director is one of the most important jobs of a board, but many make missteps that are hard to reverse. By Deborah Linnell
Gap or Pap: Generational Differences at Work
Is there is a real difference between what generations want and expect from a workplace? By Jennifer J. Deal
The Bright Future of Community Building
Traditional approaches toward community building may do more to push people away than engage them. By Bill Traynor
A Leader’s Guide to Executive Coaching
When is it time to call a coach, and what should you expect a coach to do? By David Coleman
The Nonprofit ED’s First 100 Days
What should a new executive do -- and not do -— in the first 100 days? By Oliver Tessier and Ruth McCambridge
The Evolution of Nonprofit Management Programs
Here’s the inside scoop from those who teach on what’s changing in nonprofit management education. By Judith Millesen
Just Another Emperor? The Myths and Realities of Philanthrocapitalism
It’s hot, but is there anything new in the new philanthropy? By Michael Edwards
Volunteer Management: Once More with Meaning
Volunteer management is typically all upside-down trying to fit volunteers to the organization rather than the organization to the volunteers. By Jennifer Woodill
A Conversation with California Congressman Xavier Becerra
Daring to go where others fear to tread, a California congressman asks tough questions about whether nonprofits provide what taxpayers expect to get for their money. By Rick Cohen