David Burkus – Under New Management, Part 5

– David Burkus   We tracked down David Burkus, the author of the new book Under New Management, and spoke to him about how we can overhaul our understanding of what organizational management should look like. David was interviewed by Todd Greer, the Managing Editor for Nonprofit Performance Magazine. This is the final part of…

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David Burkus – Under New Management, Part 4

– David Burkus   We tracked down David Burkus, the author of the new book Under New Management, and spoke to him about how we can overhaul our understanding of what organizational management should look like. David was interviewed by Todd Greer, the Managing Editor for Nonprofit Performance Magazine. This is part 4 of our…

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David Burkus – Under New Management, Part 3

– David Burkus   We tracked down David Burkus, the author of the new book Under New Management, and spoke to him about how we can overhaul our understanding of what organizational management should look like. David was interviewed by Todd Greer, the Managing Editor for Nonprofit Performance Magazine. This is part 3 of our…

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David Burkus – Under New Management, Part 2

– David Burkus   We tracked down David Burkus, the author of the new book Under New Management, and spoke to him about how we can overhaul our understanding of what organizational management should look like. David was interviewed by Todd Greer, the Managing Editor for Nonprofit Performance Magazine. This is part 2 of our…

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David Burkus – Under New Management, Part 1

– David Burkus   We tracked down David Burkus, the author of the new book Under New Management, and spoke to him about how we can overhaul our understanding of what organizational management should look like. David was interviewed by Todd Greer, the Managing Editor for Nonprofit Performance Magazine. This is part 1 of our…

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Russell Dennis – Leadership: the High Innovation Quotient

– Russell Dennis   Innovation has been a key driver of business for many years. Leaders at the most profitable companies are always looking for ways to reinvent themselves. Look at Apple, Samsung, and Amazon. Need more proof of the power of innovation? Try Airbnb, Uber, and Snapchat. They are transforming the way we do…

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Scott Koorndyk – Sticky Ideas from a Non-Stick Source

– Scott Koorndyk   As the leader of a nonprofit organization focused on accelerating the transition of ideas from the research laboratory to the marketplace, I’m fascinated by great innovations. Those innovations contain great lessons for those of us in the business of ideas. One of my favorites is the story behind the invention of…

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Kyle Gracey – Closing the Millennial-Board Divide

– Kyle Gracey   To the average Millennial, serving on a board of directors seems as distant as paying off the mortgage or collecting Social Security, if it crosses their mind at all. Similarly, too many board members consider filling open slots with Millennials about as often as they think of filling them with toddlers…

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Hannah Ubl – All Voices Matter: Collaboration Across Generations

– Hannah Ubl   I’ll never forget my first day of kindergarten. With new backpack and light-up sneakers, I sat down at my assigned seat and looked at a giant purple sign that read, “There is no I in team.” This would become the motto of elementary school, middle school and high school. Collaboration was…

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Creativity in Social Benefit Organizations

David Burkus (@davidburkus) was our special guest during the live SynerVision Leadership Foundation “Thursdays at Four” #nonprofitchat Twitter Chat Q&A session on November 6, 2014. David was also our guest for Tuesday’s Nonprofit Exchange webinar (November 4, 2014) on “Being an Innovative Nonprofit.” The following are comments made on the topic of innovation in the nonprofit…

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