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How to Set Annual Fund Donor Goals

If you work in fundraising, you’re constantly challenged to increase donor participation. If you want to understand mathematically how to do that, keep reading.

Enhancing Our Services: Archetype Acquires TopDown Consulting

Archetype is excited to announce the acquisition of TopDown Consulting, a San Francisco-based enterprise performance management (EPM) solutions provider. TopDown Consulting is a strong firm...

Power Your Performance Reviews: Utilizing Tableau

Performance review season. It seems that everyone dreads the process, and it’s a necessary evil for most organizations.

There Is Another Way: Helping Your Clients Uncover Hidden Solutions

As consultants, we’re often put in a position where we need to find the unturned stone that uncovers a new (and often preferred) solution which meets the client’s timeline, is cost...

What is a Diet Company’s Rebrand Telling Us About Healthcare?

Last week, Weight Watchers announced a major rebranding and redefined company purpose. Although their intent behind the change is currently being debated on social media, the move marks a...

7 Best Practices in Financial Planning & Analysis

It is no secret that the budgeting process has become time-consuming and inflexible for the modern needs of finance. Not only are finance managers swimming in spreadsheets, every time there...

Can AI & Machine Learning Ever Replace Human Judgment?

You've seen the video by now. Yes, the one of Serena Williams arguing with chair umpire at the U.S. Open Finals.

If you know tennis at all, you know she’s a great player. She’s done a ton...

Membership + Donors = A Thriving Nonprofit

If you work a nonprofit, you know how many different people come through your door. You see visitors, members, and event guests. And, for most nonprofits, information about these...

Stop the Consolidation Close Chaos: Gain Confidence & Efficiencies With Your Monthly Close

Be honest: How long does it take to close your books? 5 days? 2 weeks? Longer?

Remember, like any good program, the first is admitting you have a problem.