By Sandy Cardin What would happen if your CEO resigned tomorrow? If your organization is like most others, you probably don’t have a succession plan in place, let alone a capable replacement in the pipeline. Fortunately, organizations typically receive more than 24 h … [Read more...] about ISO Great Leaders: A Guide to Successful CEO Searches
By Deena Fuchs
At a recent gathering, conversation turned to AVI CHAI’s impending spend-down at the close of 2019. A number of colleagues expressed interest in hearing more about the spend-down and its implications. I was actually surprised by the request for more information. … [Read more...] about An Open Book:
How AVI CHAI’s Spend Down is Impacting its Work
By Terri Lynn Helge The activist group Prescription Addiction Intervention Now, or PAIN, is organizing protests across the country at museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Sackler wing in New York City, Washington’s Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and the Harvard Art Mus … [Read more...] about It’s Harder than you Might Expect for Charities to Give Back Tainted Money
By Alicia S. Oberman At the most basic level, the vast majority of people’s actions are motivated by two things: hope and fear. When I wrote the article entitled “A Love Letter to the Business I Truly Love” back in October of 2017, I can say unequivocally that my mindset was mo … [Read more...] about Love Letter to the Business I Truly Love: Epilogue
By Kate Goldberg [Editor's note: While this essay isn in response to specific updated legal requirements in both the UK and EU, the important issues of funder governance raised are applicable world-wide.] After the very public collapse of Kids' Company in 2015 and more … [Read more...] about Governance – Are We Getting it Right?