This is the third in a series of blog posts about nonprofit investments and is intended to focus our attention what investments are urgent (see here for part 1 & part 2). I recently attended a networking event in Portland for nonprofit and business leaders that was hosted by the Willamette Valley Development Officers. Over the course of two hours, I spoke with a couple dozen nonprofit leaders. One of the core themes that I heard from several leaders was a variation of, “our board could use help _____ [fill in the blank].” I was actually taken a back a bit by the prevalence of the thinking.
Mark Fulop, Facilitation & Process