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Creating and Managing Nonprofit Organizations and Social Ventures offers a comprehensive treatment of the key topics in nonprofit management for practitioners, professors, and students in both graduate and undergraduate courses. This groundbreaking volume serves as both text and handbook and includes supplemental online materials and additional cases. The authors Tschirhart and Bielefeld (two of the top scholars in nonprofit management from two of the top universities) bring theory and practice together in a cohesive way so readers are both informed and interested.
Mary Tschirhart is a professor in the School of Public and International Affairs and director of the Institute for Nonprofit Research, Education, and Engagement at North Carolina State University. Wolfgang Bielefeld is professor emeritus in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indian University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
Table of Contents
|The Authors||p. xiii|
|Understanding, Envisioning, and Creating||p. 1|
|Understanding Nonprofit Organizations||p. 3|
|Effective and Ethical Organizations||p. 11|
|Founding Nonprofits and the Business Case||p. 33|
|Organizational Structure||p. 60|
|Strategizing, Resourcing, and Aligning||p. 83|
|Formulation of Strategy||p. 85|
|Resource Acquisition||p. 111|
|Financial Stewardship and Management||p. 140|
|Leading, Managing, and Delivering||p. 199|
|Boards and Governance||p. 201|
|Executive Directors and Leadership||p. 228|
|Strategic Human Resource Management||p. 255|
|Motivation and Performance||p. 280|
|Evaluating, Connecting, and Adapting||p. 299|
|Program Evaluation||p. 301|
|Public and Government Relations||p. 327|
|Partnerships, Alliances, and Affiliations||p. 356|
|Organizational Change and Innovation||p. 384|
|The Future of Nonprofit Leadership and Management||p. 418|
|Appendix: Mapping of Chapter Content to NACC Guidelines for Study in Nonprofit Leadership, the Nonprofit Sector, and Philanthropy||p. 425|
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