Lessons For-Profit CEOs Can Learn from Nonprofit Leaders

There is a major misconception that nonprofits view the bottom line as secondary. After all, the term “nonprofit” in itself implies that margins don’t matter. But just like for-profits, without margin, there is no mission. Indeed, you may find that for-profit companies have far more in common with nonprofits than many CEOs believe.

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Business Chiefs Continue to be Concerned About the Growth of the U.S. Economy

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There’s no doubt that the U.S. economy continues to grow, but CEOs and other business leaders hesitate to have faith in the trend. A handful of countervailing factors—including stock-market gyrations, the cooling of the Chinese economy, war, an early and unpredictable presidential- election campaign and other disconcerting developments—are telling them not to rely too much of their decision-making on growth that is wheezing, at best.

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5 Steps to Making Your Strategic Initiatives a Reality

According to Franklin Covey, one of the biggest reasons companies do not achieve their strategic objectives is because they have too many strategic initiatives going on at the same time. In this article, we will discuss how to go about choosing the strategic initiative that will have the most impact on your organization and provide you a time-tested and proven system for making your strategic vision a reality.

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