June 30th. It's the middle of the calendar year and the beginning of summer. It's home to Michael Phelps' birthday, the ratification of the 26th Amendment to the Constitution, and for thousands of nonprofit organizations, a particularly stressful milestone — the end of the fiscal year.
While the nonprofit fiscal year can end at any virtually any date, most nonprofit organizations close out the year on 6/30.
So, how can nonprofits prepare for the end of the fiscal year?Review Your...
It's 2017. There are driverless cars, cloud-powered machines, and every song in the world available to you in an instant. Yet despite a seemingly endless barrage of new technology and innovation, thousands of businesses are are still tracking their time in Excel.
Excel is powerful and versatile. It can be used to keep track of customer information, consolidate large data sets with Pivot Tables, or even to create art.
But for projects that require multiple employees to...
Is it just me, or does the entire world seem like it’s committed to the cult of extreme time management? Rarely does a week go by without someone sending me an article explaining how to squeeze more out of my time.
Time management. Time management. Time management.
But is squeezing ourselves really what we all want? To feel like an empty balloon, so exhausted that we’ll never float again?
Here’s an idea: maybe time management...