I wanted this book to end. I've worked in the performing arts and over the last six years I have been reading and learning everything I can on nonprofit and business. There were some very good points in this book, but others I questioned. The bit about Yahoo loaning coders to a nonprofit was done without getting anything back. I'm pretty sure that Yahoo took tax credit for that act. Open offices are no longer seen as the best way for people to work. I'd suggest reading everything but the last two chapters.