stewardship

Noble Failure: An Update

I was a fan of the ACBF (Andrea & Charles Bronfman Foundation) before it wound down, specifically how Bronfman went about his thoughtful philanthropy. In his book, The Art of Giving, Bronfman speaks of noble failure (the ability for a project to fail in order to gain valuable learning experiences). I wrote about this...

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Facts About Stewardship

What separates good charities from great charities? Many things, from mission to staff; from culture to corporate relationships. Some of these are controllable, while others aren’t. I wholeheartedly believe that stewardship is in your control (if it isn’t, take control of it — NOW!!!) Here are some naked truths about stewardship: Don’t expect financial...

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