We often tell our clients to “let the data tell a story.” When we analyze various data points and look for patterns to emerge, the [Read more]
Earlier this year, Dr. Erynn Beaton, Assistant Professor of Nonprofit Studies at The Ohio State University John Glenn College of Public Affairs, co-released a report [Read more]
“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”
The popular Shakespeare adage taught us that it matters what something is, not what it [Read more]
In our succession planning work, we always ask clients if there are any internal candidates that have been identified as potential successors to the current [Read more]
Are we ready for a campaign?
How much can we raise?
What do our donors think about our organization and the campaign vision?
Where will our lead gift [Read more]
That is the question.
It tends to be conventional wisdom that:
1) an executive committee is an essential facet of nonprofit board governance, and
2) that it’s easier [Read more]
Today’s column begins a series on board operations. Over the next several weeks, we will explore various topics on board governance to build the capacity [Read more]
Mollard Consulting is committed to elevating the voices of nonprofit professionals throughout Central Ohio. This month, we invited Terry Green, Founder and Executive Director [Read more]
We work with a variety of nonprofits, from start-ups to large and complex agencies. In our experience, the one thing that most nonprofits have in [Read more]
The work of the board often happens in committee. The structure, purpose, and composition of board committees are of critical importance to the organization; yet [Read more]