From The Atlantic: Legendary Israeli-American psychologist Daniel Kahneman is one of the most influential thinkers of our time.
John Medina is the author hottest on my desk these days. I’ve been studying his work for some time. I just love how all-encompassing his work on the brain is. It’s applicable everywhere you look. This blog talks about how to use his Brain Rules for meetings.
Sometimes it seems the nonprofit board chairperson is the most important element in sustainability.
What Can Nonprofits Learn from Robin Good, the Best Content Curator on the Planet? Content curation is this thing you’re looking at now. My Scoop.It pages are an example of content curation. Beth Kanter takes a look at how nonprofits can make the best use of this service and others like it.
A rich question emerges as libraries across the country begin to realize the potential of the digital book. Should OverDrive sell itself to America’s public libraries? Any foundation angels care to help?
Two relatively recent news events have raised the issue of nonprofit organizations returning gifts to donors:
Wanting to give back to the community and get involved but don’t know where to start?