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Oversight Oversight is a concept, a responsibility, and sometimes a job description. Paradoxically, it can also have the opposite meaning: if we forget to do something we might call it an oversight. The term is very subjective and depends on individual perspective....

Windows of Collaborative Opportunity: Considerations of Governance

Non-Profit Quarterly By Chris Cornforth, John Paul Hayes and Siv Vangen Given the complexity of many social, environmental, and economic problems facing communities, nonprofit organizations are increasingly collaborating with public authorities. But the power dynamics...

Louisiana Politics Imitates Looney Toons

Bayou Brief (New Orleans, Louisiana) By Sue Lincoln “Mr. Attorney General, you can’t rewrite parliamentary procedure!” – Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne Lately, it appears that state politics is a live-action version of the old Warner Brothers cartoons we...

Study: Most Nonprofits Lacking In Governance, Leadership, Management

The Non-Profit Times Four of five nonprofits struggle with leadership and management issues and only 11 percent are prepared to scale for optimal impact, according to a new survey of more than 3,000 executives, staff, board members and donors. “The Stanford Survey on...
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