How can nonprofits increase growth while becoming more sustainable and less resource-constrained? This article describes four approaches to help organizations think creatively, develop a strong strategic plan for sustainability, breathe…Read More
I recently encountered this topic in a Forbes Leadership article – How Agile Working Has Impacted Our Workspace.
Although there were elements of the article that seemed beyond my work…Read More
How can we best optimize our presence in social media? While digital media has leveled the playing field for small organizations like nonprofits, there remains confusion…Read More
How can we better embrace the idea of networking by shifting our negative perceptions and fear of it? This article from the Harvard Business Review will explore four…Read More
What are the factors of a healthy relationship? And if a grantee and a funder have such, does it make a difference for the…Read More
A strong organizational infrastructure is vital, but how do we communicate with donors about the importance of investing in it? This Nonprofit Quarterly article provides helpful…Read More
We get it! As a mission driven organization the ultimate reward is reaching your goal. Your team is equipped with necessary skills and tools. A dozen homes have…Read More
How do we ensure that we are not only keeping our team satisfied and engaged but leveraging the skills and abilities of…Read More
Accelerating “What Works”
How can the results-driven attitude of social entrepreneurship inform and influence how we craft more efficient and effective public policy? In this article for Stanford Social Innovation Review, Results for…
We are always seeking ways to do good work better at CNE. And so we’ve decided to better our Blog.
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The Connection between Pride and Persistence
How can managers foster a culture where employees take pride in their work, and why is it important to do so? This Harvard Business Review Article…
CNE had the great fortune to meet at our Executive Director, Cristine Nardi’s, beautiful farmhouse in Nelson County for our staff retreat.
Flanked by rolling hills, wildflower meadows, rambling trees, and a couple of red…Read More
When Innovation Goes Wrong
The best of intentions don’t always lead to the best of results. This Stanford Social Innovation Review article explores what factors undermine the impact potential of an innovation effort,…
To transform steering committees, you need two basic things. First, you need a parent organization that understands the benefit of a strong…Read More