Tuesday, September 3, 2019
I found this helpful list of recommended nonprofit readings on the Chronicle of Philanthropy website:
I have read a few of them, have a couple of others on my Nook awaiting my attention (with summer reading time coming to an end and the new semester ... they may be waiting a while), and others that I'm about to add to the stack. I read Winner Take All - I think the central point was important, but found the author's approach to be so judgmental as to overwhelm his argument. I just started Just Giving, and am looking forward to finishing that as part of an article I'm writing (slowly...) on endowments. I think the next up will be Uncharitable.
I'd love to hear any thoughts others might have on these books, and if there are any that you all might add to the list.