What generally accepted practices in your organization are getting in the way of new thinking, processes, programs, or strategies?
What habits does your organization maintain, not [Read more]
It’s hard to fathom that it’s been 20 years since the terrorist attacks of 9/11.
Like many of you, I remember exactly where I was when [Read more]
This summer, we’ve had the pleasure of working with a client on developing a succession plan for their organization. We present the final succession plan [Read more]
Do you remember the postcards that had a “wish you were here” message with an image of some beautiful destination?
That memory has inspired us to [Read more]
Memorial Day is an inflection point with the end of the school year, the opening of pools, summer vacations, cookouts, and outdoor activities.
This year, there [Read more]
In recognition of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we asked Laura Chu Stokes, a first-generation Chinese American, to share her thoughts on how nonprofits can [Read more]
At Mollard Consulting, our team is committed to furthering our knowledge, developing our understanding, and taking action toward achieving racial equity and justice. Through this [Read more]
I had recurring dreams after I finished graduate school and after I served as an interim executive director of an orchestra for 15 months.
The dream [Read more]
I love software, I love data, and I love getting lost down the rabbit hole of how we can slice, dice, and design data. However, [Read more]
Through our effort to elevate diverse voices, we’re sharing our platform with leaders of color to hear their insight on topics that matter. This week, [Read more]
Through our commitment to elevate diverse voices, we asked Barb Smoot, President & CEO of Women for Economic and Leadership Development, to share her thoughts [Read more]