Reorganizing the Nonprofit Foundation

Source: 
Institute for Nonprofit Organization Management (University of San Francisco)

Date

1999

Case Study Sector

Education
Management

The founders of Oldmoney Foundation, an education funder, have kept a tight rein on the organization and its investments. After the deaths of both Mr. and Mrs. Oldmoney, the CEO and board now must decide about the future size and composition of the board of directors, appropriate investment strategies for endowment funds, and the salaries of executive personnel and their use of corporate assets.
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Keyword

  • Evaluation
  • Partnership
  • Strategy

Region

  • Northern America

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