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Financial Management For Veteran-Serving Nonprofits
Does traditional nonprofit financial management prohibit or inhibit growth?

To demonstrate organizational trustworthiness, nonprofit managers conform to a variety of proverbs of nonprofit financial management. These proverbs include the imperatives to:

(a) minimize overhead,
(b) diversify revenue,
(c) be fiscally lean, and
(d) avoid debt.

What if none of that was really true? Or good for growth?


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George E. Mitchell
Director, Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management Marxe School of Public and International Affairs @Baruch College, City University of New York
Thad Calabrese
Associate Professor of Public and Nonprofit Financial Management Director of Finance Specialization Robert F. Wagner Graduate Sc @New York University
Dennis Young
Founding Editor-in-Chief @Nonprofit Policy Forum
Emeritus Professor, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University Emeritus Professor, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University Chair, Research Advisory Network, National Center on Nonprofit Enterprise