Contents for subscribers

Charles Heron-Watson - discussions about strategic aims must exclude constraints.

Guy Davies - trustees should be clear about their investment aims.

Max du Bois - representing expanded activities should be done coherently.

Karen Banfield - charities of all sizes can benefit from outsourcing.

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Contents - No. 108 Early Summer 2016

Page 1 - How trustees can do the right thing
Kate Sayer on avoiding a Kids Company situation.

Page 2 - Trustees producing and implementing a strategic review
Charles Heron-Watson on producing a strong strategic review.

Page 3 - Effective charity management as a way forward
Christine Mills on founding and then taking forward a charity.

Page 4 - Meeting the investment responsibilities of charity trustees
Guy Davies on the requirements and options for trustees.

Page 5 - Key areas for those with charity investment responsibilities
Paul Palmer on focusing on certain investment aspects.

Page 6 - Impact measurement and charity income
David Hounsell on a new driver for internal processes.

Page 7 - Expanding a charity's brand
Max du Bois on matching the brand to expanded activities.

Page 8 - The right fit with an outsourced contact centre
Karen Banfield on looking for certain attitudes from outsourcers.


No. 108 Early Summer 2016
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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