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A DHR Survey and commentary from James Abruzzo, Managing Director, Global Nonprofit Practice The Covid-19 pandemic has devastated the performing arts industry. By mid-March 2020, throughout North America, all symphony, opera, ballet, modern dance and theater performances were cancelled, resulting in major economic losses to the...

Ensuring outstanding management leadership is arguably the single most important responsibility of the nonprofit board. The CEO, more than any other person or group, manages the financial affairs and shapes the programmatic vision that keeps the organization solvent, accessible and relevant. Executive Summary Hiring a nonprofit CEO...

Selecting the Ideal Director Selecting the ideal director is the most important responsibility of the museum board. The best directors strengthen the institution, motivate the staff, energize the collections, encourage the board and change the community. The wrong choice is usually evident shortly after the director...

Executive Summary The nonprofit board’s most important decision is hiring or extending the contract of the CEO. And for the prospective or sitting CEO, there is no more important decision than either accepting the position or extending its term. Over the last 30 years I have been...

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