Nonprofit Internal Controls: What To Do

The framework was set regarding what to think about with internal controls in my previous post  so now we can talk about a few types of internal controls you might consider putting in place now. Things You Can Start Doing Now Cash, Checks and Deposits.  Cash is one of the biggest exposures an organization has. […]

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Understanding and Negotiating Nonprofit Software Licenses

Not to long ago I had the pleasure of participating in a webinar hosted by 4Good and CJW Consulting called Understanding Software Agreements: The Legal Concerns Nonprofits Should Know.  For those who not only sign software agreements (who doesn’t) but also want to understand what they’re signing you should find this helpful. Gone will be the […]

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Understanding and Negotiating Software License Agreements: What Nonprofits Should Know Webinar **TOMORROW**

Just a reminder, my webinar for nonprofits on reading, negotiating and (more importantly) understanding software license agreements is tomorrow. It’s free of charge so join if you can, click here for registration. I’ll note, prepping for this webinar has been interesting. I negotiate software license agreements day in and day out at work but polled […]

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Don’t Forget! I’ll Be At The Social Enterprise Alliance Summit Next Week!

I’m still alive I promise! But between the new position, starting the book up again and prepping for talks (here’s a podcast I just did for one) things have been a tad busy. However, I did want to remind folks that it’s not too late to sign up for the SEA’s National Summit in Nashville next […]

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All About Logistics: 5 Things to Think About After Forming a New Organization

Check out my most recent post on the TriplePundit site! A list of five things nonprofits, social enterprises and traditional for-profits should all be thinking about after forming a new organization.    

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