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The Second Deadly Sin of Nonprofit Strategy, Guest Blog by Rob Sheehan

Guest Blog by Rob Sheehan, Principal, Sheehan Nonprofit Consulting, Associate Member of Maryland Nonprofits The Second Deadly Sin of Nonprofit Strategy is what I call “Insular Mountaintop Planning.” It can be good for a strategy planning group to go to the “mountains”...

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How to Give a Great User Experience on Your Nonprofit Website, Guest Blog by SW Creatives

Smoking Takes Lives, Starved for Attention, and Target Nuclear Weapons are all fantastic examples of a great nonprofit user experience. Guest Blog by Ryan Phillips, Design and Web Development, SW Creatives, Associate Members Read the original blog here In nonprofit...

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Building Boundaries, Guest Blog by Justin Pollock, OrgForward

Guest Blog by Justin Pollock, Principal and Founder, Orgforward Read the original blog here Do you want to push boundaries and expand your connections?  Consider signing up for Maryland Nonprofits’ Leader Connections, gain peer support, connections and...

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New Standards for Excellence Code

A new enhanced Standards for Excellence code has been launched!  Learn more…

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The First Deadly Sin of Nonprofit Strategy, Guest Blog by Rob Sheehan

Guest Blog by Rob Sheehan, Principal, Sheehan Nonprofit Consulting and Associate Member of Maryland Nonprofits This is the first blog in a series that will review Robert Sheehan’s, author of Mission Impact,  Seven Deadly Sins of Nonprofit Strategy....

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Jazz Fest overcomes harrowing debt through leadership, collaboration and sustainability, Guest Blog by Erica McGeachy Crenshaw

Guest Blog by Erica McGeachy Crenshaw, CEO, Execute Now! and Associate Member of Maryland Nonprofits The details of the last decade for the New Orleans Jazz Fest read like a famous story. There are villains, heroes and a lot of drama in between. But nothing other than...

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How to Build (or Rebuild) a Nonprofit Identity by Christine Batta of SW Creatives

Your brand is made up of much more than just a logo, as shown by the website, brochure, and other print collateral that we created for the Lawyers’ Committee’s 50th Anniversary Toward Justice Campaign below. By Christine Batta, Designer, SW Creatives,...

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A Standards for Excellence Quiz—How well do you know your nonprofit governance versus management responsibilities?

A Standards for Excellence Quiz—How well do you know your nonprofit governance versus management responsibilities? Attend the May 28th Standards for Excellence Forum to get the answers and learn more!   Maryland Nonprofits is pleased to welcome Susan Fort today as a...

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A Charity’s Financial Management Starts in the Home by Erica McGeachy Crenshaw

By Erica McGeachy Crenshaw, CEO, Execute Now! Read the original blog here. April is financial literacy month so it’s the perfect time to reflect on how much Americans know about their finances. As you can imagine, this knowledge translates directly to your...

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Musings on the ED-Board Partnership by Beth Blanchard Schaffer

Maryland Nonprofits is pleased to welcome Beth Blanchard Schaffer, a Standards for Excellence Licensed Consultant, as a guest blogger. Beth will serve on a special board of directors panel at the Maryland Nonprofits upcoming Standards for Excellence Forum on May 28,...

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