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NCNE Institutional Consortium
NCNE National Conference 2007
NCNE offers two presentations, one on The Nonprofit Entrepreneur, and one on Social Enterprise.
NCNE uses seminars to present new research and thinking that have practical applications in nonprofit management.
NCNE's current training offerings
Find out more about NCNE's training workshops, including our new workshop on Developing a Nonprofit Income Strategy
NCNE's Mission and how we work
NCNE depends for its success on a wide range of key partners and members. NCNE has:
Members of this consortium are academic centers or departments in universities or business schools. They all have a particular interest in nonprofit management, both in terms of generating new thinking and of helping nonprofits in their communities have a greater impact and increase their sustainability. Consortium members pay dues. NCNE aims to add value to their work by engaging its network of researchers, teachers and writers to provide the best possible content to the centers' presentations, seminars, conferences and curricula.
Nonprofit Income Jigsaw I
Dennis Young's introduction to a new theory of nonprofit finance.
Nonprofit Income Jigsaw II
The presentation on the application of the theory of nonprofit finance, by Richard Brewster and Dennis Young.
Nonprofit Planning Resources
Here are four resources that have arisen from the NCNE/CNE Business Planning Project and the transcript of a great session on planning presented at the NCNE national conference in September 2007, featuring Jeanne Bell, CEO of CompassPoint, Joan Hoge, ED of the Historical Society of Delaware and Kevin Kearns, Professor of Public and Nonprofit Management at GSPIA at the University of Pittsburgh.
Nonprofit Sustainability - Conference Opening Remarks
Listen to Dennis Young's introduction to the dimensions of sustainability that framed the the themes of the conference.
Nonprofits and Business
Here is the presentation by Joe Cordes and Gene Steurle of the Urban Institute on Nonprofits and Business, made during the plenary session on the afternoon of 27 September.
Nonprofits and the Economic Crisis
Notes from NCNE
Nothing Risque, Nothing Gained
The material in this section includes the framework for managing risk presented by Melanie Herman of the Nonprofit Risk Management Center, and the real life examples of nonprofits' experiences of risks, explored by Jane Levikow of Tides.
Nonprofit Business Planning Template Guide by
Nonprofit Business Planning Tools and Approaches by
Nonprofit Finance Theory 1 by Dennis R. Young
The first of four articles that formed the first phase of NCNE's work on how nonprofits can best secure the support they need.
Nonprofit Income Strategy Core Training Materials by Richard Brewster
We've combined here a selection of the core training materials used in our new half and one day workshops on how a nonprofit can create a mix of revenue streams that enable to maximize its mission while achieving sustainability. Both versions of the workshop are highly interactive, and in the full day training, participants will leave with a basic version of a new income strategy. Click on the title above to download the pdf.
Nonprofit Planning Template by
Nonprofit Planning Tools and Approaches by
Nonprofit Quarterly interview with Richard Brewster. by
A slightly different take on the diversification of nonprofit revenues and nonprofit sustainability
Nonprofit Finance Theory by Dennis R. Young
The role of "earned income" in nonprofit revenue in the context of the overall theory of financing nonprofit organizations
Nonprofit Finance Theory 2 by Dennis Young
The second article on nonprofit finance, with government funding as the focus.
Non Profit Times Column; Insights from the National Center on Nonprofit Enterprise by Howard Tuckman
In today's booming economy, we are accustomed to seeing reports of huge executive compensation packages.
Nonprofit Finance Theory 3 by Dennis R. Young
The third of four articles. This one addresses earned income.
Newsletter Editorial; The Complications of Accepting a Major Gift. by
Major donors often like to feel that they are leveraging other resources and are not alone in their support of a given project, even if they crave the credit.
Nonprofit Managers and the Economy by Russell A. Cargo
What should nonprofit managers be most concerned about in a downward economy and what should they do about it?
Newsletter Editorial; Five Ways of Managing Costs. by
The problem for nonprofits is that they have very limited resources with which to cope with these changes in market conditions.
Nonprofit Finance Theory 4 by Dennis R. Young, Ph.D.
The final part of the series on nonprofit finance, with an emphasis on investments.
Nonprofit Organization Financial Management; a review of some newly published material by Dennis R. Young
Useful publications to help nonprofit organizations make better use of their resources can be found in diverse places these days –
Nonprofit Revenue Streams by Dennis R. Young
Powerpoint presentation by Dennis R. Young on the development of a theory of nonprofit finance.
Non Profit Times Column; by Sharon Oster, Yale School of Management
Further insights from the National Center on Nonprofit Enterprise. Pricing in the Nonprofit Sector.
New NCNE training workshop on nonprofit income strategy by
No Risk, No Reward by Melanie Herman
No Risk, No Reward by Jane Levikow
Nonprofit Business Planning Presentation by Gigi Woodruff and Richard Brewster
Nonprofit Business Planning Template by Richard Brewster
Nonprofit Business Planning Template Guide by Richard Brewster
Nonprofit Business Planning Template Guide by
Nonprofit Income Jigsaw I by Dennis R. Young
Nonprofit Sustainability - Dennis Young by Dennis R. Young, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
Click here to listen to Dennis Young's introduction to nonprofit sustainability
Nonprofits and Business by Joe Cordes and Gene Steurle