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Supersites: Websites with Many Free Resources for Nonprofits and For-Profits

Assembled by Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD

If you want to add a new link now to a site that provides a large amount of free, online resources about a wide range of management topics, please first read the short section "Add to Library" referenced from the sidebar.

For-Profits and Nonprofits
Nonprofit-Specific Sites

Various Supersites With Information for For-Profits

The following sources provide a wide range of articles. Remember that the vast majority of for-profit management practices also apply to nonprofits. Exceptions are managing volunteers, doing fundraising, having volunteer Boards of Directors, and certain financial management practices. (Nonprofit-specific supersites are listed later on below.)

Recommended Links

Business Owner's Toolkit: Business Tools Home
Fred Nickols articles
SBA: Small Business Administration Home Page

Additional Links's listing of many management-related links
Ask an Expert
Better Business Bureau Resource Library
Big Dog's Bowl of Biscuits - training - coffee - reference - leadership
Business Improvement Articles
Business Resource Center
Dave Kahle Free Sales Training Articles
Don Clark's list of many resources
Edward Lowe Foundation
Fast Company
Librarians Internet Index
Office Depot Small Business Resource Center
Operations, Statistics, Strategy
SCORE - Service Corps Of Retired Executives
Small Business Advisor - helping small and home based businesses
Small Business Home Office advice assistance - BusinessTown
U.S. Federal Government Agencies

Various Supersites With Nonprofit-Specific Information

The following sources provide a wide range of articles in regard to nonprofit organizations. Remember that the vast majority of nonprofit management practices also apply to for-profits. For-profits focus on generating profit and nonprofits on meeting a need in society; however, many nonprofits have to pay very close attention to the financial bottom line, as much as for-profits. Some differences are that nonprofits attend specifically to fundraising to donors, manage volunteers, and engage in public policy and lobbying (although many for-profits also engage in public policy and lobbying).

Association Expertise, Inc.
AXI Resources
Bridgespan Group: Nonprofit Strategy Consulting, Executive Search and Philanthropy Advising
FirstGov Nonprofit Gateway
National Alliance for Nonprofit Organizations
Nonprofit Quarterly (subscribe to the Newswire)