Nonprofit organizations (NPOs) have a lot on their plates. Aside from operating with limited funds, maintaining public confidence, and striving to further a cause, they’re now expected to operate with the same finesse as a multimillion-dollar enterprise. But old habits die hard, and despite the growing need for change, NPOs are historically reluctant to adopt the same practices, processes, and technologies that more lucrative businesses tend to employ.
Luckily, the market has evolved with the times, and that affects NPOs for the better. Although for-profit businesses may have more resources to invest in people and