How can nonprofit journalism stay true to their legal obligation to educate readers about both sides of the stories or issues they cover so that they can make up their own minds.
In this TANGO Trends article Jack presents the question, “Can the Nonprofit Sector Save Journalism from Itself?”
Jack Horak presents Capitalism: History’s Gift to Philanthropy at the NANOE’s Board of Governors’ Convention.
Jack discusses one of TANGO’s fundamental principles of supporting both the business sector (capitalism and free enterprise) and philanthropy (the nonprofit sector).
What impact, if any, should unusual expenses arising from the Pandemic have on the spending policy? Is it prudent to tap the extraordinary market appreciation of the last 12 months?
The Pandemic at the Community Foundation level – How the Main Street Community Foundation weathered the Storm
Jack Horak talks with Susan Sadecki of the Main Street Community Foundation about the lessons they learned during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jack Horak interviews Anthony Byers and Roxanna Booth Miller of Hartford Youth Scholars and the success their nonprofit has seen in recent years.
Jack Horak discusses the start of the TANGO Board Diversity Initiative and the programs TANGO has designed to help nonprofits address their diversity challenges.
Jack Horak talks about Revisiting Nonprofit Metrics and the book, The Outcomes Movement in Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector, with Dr. Sam Coy, Founder Coy Consulting Group, LLC a Massachusetts state certified minority/woman owned business enterprise.
Jack Horak talks with CT Mirror publisher Bruce Putterman about the decline of for-profit newspaper journalism and how technology and societal changes have fueled the growth of nonprofit journalism over the last 15 years.
Operating a Nonprofit like a Business Enterprise – an interview with Raymond Gorman of Community Mental Health Affiliates
Jack Horak talks with Ray Gorman of Community Mental Health Affiliates about the success they have had adopting business principles and practices to their nonprofit.
Demythologizing the Nonprofit Sector – How to “Operate Like a Business” and Improve Mission Outcomes in the Process
Jack Horak talks with Jimmy LaRose, CEO of the National Association of Nonprofit Organizations and Executives (NANOE) about their shared belief about business practices being used in the nonprofit sector.
Jack Horak talks about The Nonprofit Sector: A Research Handbook by The Stanford University Press focusing on the Outcomes Movement in Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector chapter.
There have been difficulties attracting minority candidates to existing (and high quality) board training and recruitment programs in the area.
I had the pleasure of conducting a 15-minute Zoom interview with Louis Fawcett on the state of the nonprofit sector in the age of COVID.
I typically use the metaphor of a three-legged stool to explain the nonprofit sector to students and readers. I start by explaining that there are three sets of tasks generally necessary for any society to function.
On Oct. 14th Jack Horak discussed a new wave of thought called “stakeholder capitalism,” which injects some fundamentally new DNA into corporate America by requiring governing boards, for the first time, to consider social justice as they make their business decisions, even if doing so lessens shareholder profits.