Five Good Ideas
Five Good Ideas is a lunch-and-learn program where industry or issue experts discuss powerful yet practical ideas on key management issues facing non-profit organizations. The sessions are most useful for management staff and board members at small and mid-sized non-profits.
Each expert presents five practical ideas and explores with the audience how these ideas can be translated into action. During each session, participants organize into small groups and continue the discussion to generate the best and most relevant of all ideas.
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Missed a Five Good Ideas session?
Watch the videos of the most recent presentations:
- Lois Fine: Five Good Ideas about creating a good budget
- Sunil Johal: Five Good Ideas about public policy
- Rahima Mamdani: Five Good Ideas about improving your organization’s human resources on a budget
- Sanjay Khanna: Five Good Ideas about futureproofing your non-profit
Access the Five Good Ideas archive for videos and descriptions going back to 2003.
Five Good Ideas will be back in September
We’re working on the schedule for the 2016/17 season and will post the first two sessions in July.