It was the best of times, it was the worst of times … and it was a strategic development plan that made all the difference.
Avoid the mindset that assumes new employees will be “magic bullets.” Instead, set them up for success.
Millions of Americans are updating their wills and estate plans. Here’s a 20-minute fix for you to update your response to planned-giving inquiries.
Grantmaking foundations have a responsibility to step up to the plate during crisis, but they also must respect their donor’s wishes. Here is how one foundation managed to thread that needle.
The Girl Scouts command a $700 million cookie empire. That success doesn’t come easy, and here’s how you can learn from them.
Random sampling is hard to achieve in human studies. That doesn’t make it useless, but does affect its utility The third in a three-part series on how nonprofits can use data to aid their fundraising
Data is a backseat driver, and good leaders often have to act with too little data. The second in a three-part series on how nonprofits can use data to aid their fundraising
Data is not self-interpreting. The first in a three-part series on how nonprofits can use data to aid their fundraising.
Three simple ways to make direct mail suitable for high net worth individuals.
Aristotle codified it but many have said: all human actions are done for the sake of some end. A valuable principle in life, this can help our fundraising, too.