Monthly Archives: April 2012

Seven Tips for Good Governance

Peter Fissinger, President & Chief Executive Officer, of member firm Campbell & Company Increasingly, non-profit organizations are asking Campbell & Company to assess their governance structures. This often happens with a campaign on the horizon, but not always. Depending on … Continue reading

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“It’s Time to Dream Again”

By: Woodburn, Kyle & Company It doesn’t cost anything to dream or have a dream, but it might cost you if you don’t.  Dreams flow through nonprofits in the form of a vision.  These statements about the future can become the … Continue reading

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Before the Campaign Planning Study There’s the Business Plan

By: Keith Curtis, President, The Curtis Group (member firm) As part of our annual webinar series, The Curtis Group hosted a discussion on “What Makes an Effective Campaign.”  During the forum, a question was posed by a participant asking us … Continue reading

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Alumni Participation Percentage

By Devin Mathias of member firm Marts & Lundy Three simple words, so many problems. When you first hear these words many things may come to mind – US News & World Report, Annual Giving, Impossible Metric, etc. Alumni participation … Continue reading

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