Archive for the Nonprofit Management Category

Don’t Be Confused, Be Informed!

Don't Be Confused, Be Informed!

I often hear nonprofit and government employees become frustrated with the “language” of evaluation.  On occasion, I’ve even seen a promising evaluation effort go off the rails because the terminology was confusing. What’s an input? …An output? …An outcome?   If you’ve been seeking definitions that can

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Findings from the Central Virginia Nonprofit Needs Assessment Effort

In Pursuing Goals To Better Support Its Mission, Gain A Baseline Understanding About Nonprofit Capacity Building Deficits, And Assess Current Awareness And Satisfaction Of Its Programs, The Partnership For Nonprofit Excellence (The Partnership) Contracted With An Independent Consulting Firm, Knowledge Advisory Group, In May 2012 To Create An Objective Process For Assessing Nonprofit Resource Needs.

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A Brief, Non-Political Reflection on the Komen/Planned Parenthood Situation

I don’t plan to use this blog as a political forum, so fear not – this post has nothing to do with my personal opinions on the missions of the Susan G. Komen Foundation and Planned Parenthood organizations. In addition, I admittedly haven’t read every word written

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