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Maybe nonprofit governance aint what it needs to be?

Philanthropy 2173

Second, the OpenAI events show that the nonprofit governance model is not "strong" enough to outweigh the interests of investors. Given the model's purpose in this situation, and the information that's public, the nonprofit board that fired the CEO was acting as it was intended.

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Growing the Roots of Consensus in Nonprofit Governance

Blue Avocado

The post Growing the Roots of Consensus in Nonprofit Governance appeared first on Blue Avocado. Learn how this cooperative decision-making model has enabled them to enhance services, adapt to change, and make a lasting impact.

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An Experimental Approach to Early-Stage Nonprofit Governance

Stanford Social Innovation Review

Interest in early-stage nonprofits within Korea’s social impact ecosystem has increased in recent years, and more and more are garnering financial and organizational support. million) to 15 nonprofits through its Impact Ground Project. billion won (about $9.7

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Looking Ahead to 2022: Three Keys to Nonprofit Governance Are Essential to Optimize Operations

NonProfit PRO

These are uniquely challenging times for nonprofits. Nonprofits can look internally to maximize potential and remain operational. For nonprofit leaders navigating this difficult season, here are three tips to get started today.

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Tennessee Nonprofit Network Achieves National Accreditation and Seal of Excellence!

Momentum Nonprofit Partners

Tennessee Nonprofit Network Earns Seal of excellence by Standards for Excellence Tennessee Nonprofit Network earned the Seal of Excellence from the Standards for Excellence Institute® for successfully completing the rigorous accreditation program.

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6 Operating Policies Your Nonprofit Must Have

Foundation Group

Effective operating policies are essential to good nonprofit governance. This article looks at 6 of the most importants policies to have.

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Moving from Voice to Power


These words come from BoardSource’s new way of framing the role of nonprofit governing boards. “The recognition that organizational power and voice must be authorized by those impacted by the organization’s work.”.