Leadership isn't easy. Today's nonprofit leaders are accountable for their teams and their organization. But, because of our fast-moving digital world, working as an organization requires new thinking, habits, and fresh minds at all levels.
In November, a new online artificial intelligence (AI) program called ChatGPT was released in a free test mode. It can hold a conversation, answer questions and create eerily accurate written statements. It reminded me of an old saying, “If you don’t want to be replaced by a robot, stop behaving like one.”
An institution’s alumni are a reflection of its past, a representation of its present, and a link to its future. An alumni reunion is a memorable event where attendees can reminisce about the good old days with former classmates. It can also provide tremendous increases in alumni giving to their alma mater.
How can organizations with limited funding address issues and have a ripple effect on clients? The answer may lie in data.
There’s a potential silent killer of nonprofit revenue out there, going largely unnoticed. It’s income inequality, and we’d be wise to start paying attention.