Adopting “Best Practices” sounds like one of those common-sense ideas nobody can argue with, right? Wrong. Roger Craver, old pro fundraiser and curmudgeon-in-residence at The Agitator, argues that best practices are a license to steal and an enemy of innovation.
About Christopher Gardner
Christopher has worked as a production artist and blog editor with MKCREATIVE since 2009. He also teaches history at West Nottingham Academy in Rising Sun, Maryland. He is a political junkie and an avid fan of the English Premier League.