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The absolutely rocks: RT MultnomahArtsCenter: Fighting Poverty with Parks http://buff.ly/1DVnOee
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From the +Pacific Standard .  I have got to say there are some important truths being spoken here. There is a point that ‪#‎Philanthropists‬ need to think deeply about the wealth disparity trend and their giving. It is time that we accelerate the dismantling of the power differential between those holding capital and the ‪#‎nonprofits‬ working for change.
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This is one of the better articles I have read on scale in a long time.  It is an article that synthesizes many ideas I subscribe to and I think this is essential reading (& reflection)  if you are a  #nonprofit  leader.

BTW, it is one of the occasionally defining articles that makes a subscription to +Stanford Social Innovation Review  worth subscribing to. 
Nonprofit leaders who ask "How do you scale up?" are most likely posing the wrong question.
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Among the most useful data sets that come out each year. Let's make sure the data for our region is strong by adding your #nonprofit's voice to this year's survey of the +Nonprofit Finance Fund 
2015 Nonprofit State of the Sector Survey
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Thinking about #nonprofit communications? Check out this great resource to help frame the conversation. How well do you do with communications planning?
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Cute. From +Forbes  ... BTW, #Nonprofits have a whole lot more than Customer relations to teach businesses. Values, Mission, Adaptability, Innovation. What else?Cute. From Forbes. #Nonprofits have a whole lot more than Customer relations to teach businesses. Values, Mission, Adaptability, Innovation. What else?
This article is by Dan Ehrenkrantz, senior adviser to the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College and its president from 2002 to 2013. Strong, well-run nonprofit organizations have adopted many best practices from business. They know that good management and strategically deployed resources help them gain market respect, donor confidence, and public support. But [...]
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Awesome advice for #Nonprofit #Leaders. From +McKinsey & Company  Four behaviors explained 89% of the variance between strong and weak organizations in terms of leadership effectiveness. Wow! Your thoughts?
New research suggests that the secret to developing effective leaders is to encourage four types of behavior. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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Simply the must read for the week. Nonprofit leaders need to learn from the fatal mistakes of others. & again, it why +The Nonprofit Quarterly Rocks.
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My ‪#‎nonprofit‬ consulting practice is built upon helping agencies develop strategies that are anchored to their developmental stage. This article from +The Nonprofit Quarterly  echoes many themes that I might say to a client of a start up nonprofit. Important reading. PS: the quality of thinking and writing is one of the reasons I subscribe to NPQ & why you should too.
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Awesome new study from +BoardSource.  If your #nonprofit is not a member of this great national organization, you need to be. Best in class support for nonprofits looking to succeed with their board leadership.
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Can anyone say #Nonprofit Disruption? From the +The Nonprofit Quarterly  comes this perspective. It is yet one more new model of aggregating capital. Should +United Way  be even more scared?
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Great Article/Case Study on #Nonprofit  Board Governance.  How courageous is your board? 
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