By Donna Bernardi Paul | February 12, 2019

How to Address Generational Workforce Challenges

Are intergenerational differences in work and communication styles the cause of leadership or supervisory challenges—or is it something else? Understanding how to relate to different generations in the workforce is critical to keeping your team productive and motivated. Learn more about each generation and their working expectations to avoid unnecessary intergenerational conflict in your organization.

By Katherine Gauntt | January 17, 2019

Impact of the Wayfair Supreme Court Decision on Nonprofits


By Michael Conover | December 17, 2018

Compensation Committee Wake-Up Call—The “Other Obstacle” to Leadership Transition

Is your nonprofit prepared for future leadership transitions? Many compensation committees fail to proactively raise the subject of retirement plans and/or succession planning until it’s too late. Here are some common scenarios and mistakes that nonprofits should aim to avoid.


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | December 11, 2018

4 Steps to Implement Predictive Analytics

Predictive analytics is a powerful tool that can help nonprofits optimize their fundraising campaigns and improve their processes. Ready to get started? The Nonprofit Standard blog outlines four steps to implement predictive analytics.


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | December 03, 2018

Optimize Year-End Fundraising with Predictive Analytics

Predictive analytics could change the game for fundraisers. With predictive analytics, nonprofits can pinpoint who is likely to donate and even how much they are likely to contribute.


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | November 19, 2018

On #GivingTuesday, Don’t Fall for These 9 Misperceptions

This #GivingTuesday, we’re disproving nine common misperceptions to help nonprofits sidestep the myths and make the most of the day.


By Andrea Wilson | October 25, 2018

Funding Innovation in the Nonprofit Sector

Nonprofit leaders recognize the need to innovate, yet they operate in a resource-constrained reality. Many organizations are ensnared in the “starvation cycle” and are forced to consistently underfund critical infrastructure like technology in order to keep their programs up...


By Adam B. Cole | October 17, 2018

Is Running a Nonprofit with a For-Profit Vision the New Normal?

Does your mission blind you from making critical investments in your organization’s growth? BDO’s latest Nonprofit Standard blog examines three ways nonprofits can adopt a more business-oriented mindset to advance their mission and achieve long-term success.


By Michael Conover | October 10, 2018

Pay Data for ‘Similarly Qualified Persons in Comparable Positions at Similarly Situated Organizations’ —"We’ve got that don’t we?”

Finding and using good data to make critical executive compensation decisions at your nonprofit requires a thoughtful examination of your organization and its positions. Learn how your organization can identify and leverage good comparative data to support compliance with the...


By Nonprofit Practice Leaders | September 14, 2018

Nonprofits' New Commuter Headache: Tax on Transportation Benefits

Does your tax-exempt organization provide transportation and parking benefits to employees? If so, you may have another commuter headache: a new tax. Under the tax reform law, many nonprofits that provide transportation and parking benefits will likely be required to pay...