Tag Archives: Business judgment

Nonprofit Leaders vs. For-Profit Leaders

Are leaders in the nonprofit sector fundamentally different from those who lead for-profits? According to most of the nonprofit fundraisers we spoke with, the similarities are much greater than the differences.

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Smaiyra Million: The Essential Qualities of Entrepreneurship

Smaiyra Million, a partner at Highland Consumer Partners, a venture capital firm focused on the consumer sector, says that great entrepreneurs need to combine tenacity – but not stubbornness – with a flexible approach.

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Elyse Cherry: There’s No Substitute for a Good Business Model

Elyse Cherry, CEO of Boston Community Capital, a non-profit community development financial institution, says that passion and a sense of mission are important in the nonprofit world – but so is good business sense.

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Elyse Cherry: Good Business Judgment Is Always In Demand

Elyse Cherry, CEO of Boston Community Capital, says that sound business judgment is a crucial attribute for members of nonprofit boards – maybe even more than for members of for-profit boards.

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