Sarah Lutman is a St. Paul-based independent consultant and writer for clients in the cultural, media and philanthropic sectors.
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Competition among nonprofits is a healthy force for change.
Just like businesses, nonprofits need to know when it’s time to fold.
New partnership sets cradle-to-career goals for all metro students.
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Foundations are joining the transparency movement to better serve their “customers.”
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Performing arts organizations are experimenting with new ways to sell tickets.