By Doreen Hemlock, SunSentinel
Gone are the days when volunteers with a passion for social service could easily rise to the top at nonprofit organizations.
Today, as funders seek greater accountability and demand for social services spikes, nonprofit managers are finding they must boost their business skills to run their organizations effectively.
Many nonprofit managers now are taking classes in finance and leadership. Some are outsourcing technical functions to specialized nonprofit groups. Some executives are heading to graduate schools for management degrees. And a few nonprofits are recruiting from for-profit companies. Read more...