Lessons for Boards from the Nonprofit Overhead Cost Project

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Lessons for Boards from the Nonprofit Overhead Cost Project

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Lessons for Boards from the Nonprofit Overhead Cost Project summarizes research findings for board members of nonprofit organizations. Widespread problems with financial reporting and controls suggest that board members should look closely at both as part of fulfilling their fiduciary responsibilities, lest weak organizational infrastructure limit mission effectiveness. The overhead cost project is a collaboration with the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University.

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