No, I mean it. David Marquet had to turn around a failing team. His problem was that he was captain of a submarine. First rule of submarines – you can’t fire anyone! Join us at Dallas May 5th to hear how you can overcome some of those leadership burdens! Email me for a special rate.
I stopped rolling pennies to take to the bank. I realized that I can only fill, tape, and address a roll of 50 cents every five minutes. My maximum profit is $6.00 per hour and it’s cheaper to use the machine at the grocery store! Now the same process is happening at the school that… Read More
I’m doing a 990 study. Each Sunday for 10 weeks, I will give out one insight for leaders. Most people ignore the 990 and its 16 additional schedules. Life is too short to do all that reading! There are three critical areas for every company that plans for stability and growth – a) leadership, b)… Read More
Most strategic plans assume a static future where the basic costs and use of labor remain the same. That is a critically false assumption. Machine learning started in the 1990s. Anthony Goldbloom states that machines were trained to look at credit applications and determine a score. Since then the trend line was arithmetic but recently… Read More
Summary Fraud is a persistent cancer in the non profit world. Local news in New York City reported another fraud of $1 million as the director redirected funds for his mortgage. Just as with other cancers, prevention is cheaper and easier than cure. This cancer is much larger than officially reported. Many nonprofit boards… Read More
A Story of Two NonProfits – When I started my first nonprofit, I bought a computer before I paid myself. That should have been a sign of trouble ahead. The truth is that I’m in love with systems. It was no trouble at all to set up systems for the nonprofit. I had enough credibility… Read More