The use of committees is one of the most important tools for thoughtfulgovernance in family philanthropy. This webinar will take a deep dive into all the qualities of an effective committee structure.
GWP Members celebrated its 30th annual meeting on November 16 and these are the materials discussed and shared at the meeting.
This toolkit includes a number of tools for Steering Committee Working Groups as they form, determine strategic direction, develop implementation plans, and identify measurement indicators.
Strong leadership is critical for effective social sector organizations, yet the sector chronically underinvests in its leaders. This publication synthesizes findings from new research conducted by the authors and offers recommendations for grantmakers.
The 2014 GWP Annual Meeting was held on November 14 at Google Pittsburgh offices in Bakery Square. These are the documents included in the packet for the business portion of the meeting.
This workbook includes 33 recommendations to help organizations of all sizes and missions as they work to improve their operations. The Principles Workbook will make it easier for boards of directors and staff leaders to assess the areas where their organizations are doing well and where there is room for improvement.
This study by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University investigates how family foundations manage governance, decision making, and, especially, daily work activities when the number of local board members diminishes.
Learn about the challenges associated with executive transitions and opportunities for funders to better cope with executive management transitions from the Annie E Casey Foundation.
Gateway to an extensive array of information dealing with nonprofit governance from BoardSource.