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2018 is the year of tax reform for life sciences directors. Learn which provisions in the tax bill could affect life science companies.
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See how to substantially change operations and culture, engage a diverse constituency, and collaborate with for-profits and other nonprofits.
Understand the impact key tax reform provisions will have on your not-for-profit.
Adapting to the new normal in higher education requires key labor considerations in the face of closings and restructurings.
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Nonprofit board members: Gain direction in your stewardship of mission, reputation and resources.
Higher ed trustees: Gain direction in your stewardship of mission, reputation and resources.
Nonprofit audit committee members: Gain direction in guarding reputation, integrity, financial credibility and viability.
Higher ed audit committee members: Gain direction in guarding reputation, integrity, financial credibility and viability.
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