Mon.Apr 17, 2017

How Nonprofits Can Build Trust with Strong Internal Controls

Connection Cafe

At the beginning of the year, you may have seen a lot of commercials about losing weight without ever being hungry or dieting. Did those big promises of reward with no effort create trust or did they feel a little shady? For nonprofits looking for funding sources, trust is paramount.

The Environmental Case for Remanufactured IT

Tech Soup Blog

At TechSoup, we love to supply good, solid, low-cost refurbished or remanufactured IT equipment to nonprofits and libraries. It is a little-known fact that remanufactured electronic devices are the most environmentally friendly way to acquire and use computers and other IT equipment.

Cause Camp Recap: When It’s Okay to Think Inside the Box

NonProfit Hub

From an early age, we’ve been told to “think outside the box” to solve problems. By now, this saying has been said so much that it’s a first-ballot inductee in the Overused Cliché Hall of Fame. As cliché as it is, it makes sense. It’s just telling you to think unconventionally and creatively, and look at the problem in a new way, and can be applied to almost all situations.

How To Achieve Total Alignment For Your Company

Eric Jacobsen Blog

I run a lot. And, running coaches, trainers and books all stress the importance of alignment. Muscle imbalances and misalignment in the body decreases running efficiency and leads to injuries. That's why the premise of the new book, Total Alignment , makes perfect sense to me.