May 29, 2003
A $100-Billion Debate EruptsNonprofit groups fear consultants' article will cause problems with lawmakers and donors
An article in this month's Harvard Business Review asserting that charities nationwide could reap more than $100-billion a year by eliminating inefficiencies and making other changes has prompted concerns about its reliability.
The article, "The Nonprofit Sector's $100-Billion Opportunity," was written by Bill Bradley, the former U.S. senator who is now an adviser in McKinsey &
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