The Nonprofit Organizational Culture Guide: Revealing the Hidden Truths that Impact Performance

by Paige Hull Teegarden, Denice Rothman Hinden, Paul Sturm


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  • Explore the meaning of organizational culture.
  • Review alternative ways of surfacing culture in your organization.
  • Understanding how paying attention to culture can be valuable in the context of managing your nonprofit.
  • Translate your grasp of culture into a more fulfilling role as a board and staff leader.


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About the Author

Paige Hull Teegarden, MPP, has more than 15 years of experience building the effectiveness of a wide range of organizations. As president of Think Outside (, she leads innovative strategy, team and leadership development with nonprofits, government agencies, small businesses and collaborations.

Denise Rothman Hinden, PhD, ACC, has more than 25 years of experience in nonprofit management, organization development, research, group facilitation and professional coaching. As president of Managance Consulting & Coaching (, she facilitates bold strategic thinking and planning; business planning; and leader, team board and group development, with attention to group process and individual responsibility.

Paul Sturm, MPA, MS, has worked on the cutting edge of nonprofit leadership development and capacity building for more than 25 years. He founded and led two organizations nationally recognized for their innovation and outcomes. He has served as a consultant to nonprofit and capacity-building organizations throughout the United States. His groundbreaking article, “The Seven Rules of Successful Collaboration,” was published in Nonprofit World in 2000.

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