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Опубликовано на портале: 20-04-2007
James E. Austin
New-York: Jossey-Bass, 2000, 272 с.
Already this year, in Common Interest, Common Good: Creating Value through Business and Social Sector Partnerships, Shirley Sagawa and Eli Segal outlined the benefits of partnerships between businesses and nonprofit organizations. There they profiled seven successful examples of such relationships. Now Austin, author of numerous books on business and management in developing countries and a business professor at Harvard, makes his own similar case in this Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management Leaderbook. He identifies major alliances and examines how they function, looking at the various stages through which they must pass. He explains the role of top leadership and emphasizes the importance of a strategic "fit" between the two partners. Austin suggests different areas within organizations for alignment as well as ways for partners to analyze the value of their collaboration. He then considers ongoing practical management issues and concludes with guidelines for collaborations and questions that must be addressed.
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Опубликовано на портале: 20-04-2007
Ред.: Robert H. Wilbur
New-York: John Wiley & Sons, 1994, 374 с.
The Complete Nuts-and-Bolts Guide to Managing Today’s Bottom-Line Oriented Nonprofit Organizations
This significantly revised and expanded Second Edition of the highly popular how-to book identifies and addresses the unique concerns of nonprofit organizations. Cutting through the morass of mere theory, the experts at Smith, Bucklin & Associates, Inc., a leading nonprofit management firm, get right to actual practice with dozens of real-world examples and case studies, and up-to-date, vital, "combat-tested" strategies and techniques for dealing with virtually every nonprofit business management issue, including: The daily role of boards of directors Fund development and marketing Public and government relations Educational programs and certification Information services Human resources management Using the Internet In addition, featured here is a refocused strategic planning chapter that presents an ongoing, organic form of planning, as well as updated discussions of the importance of mission statements, planning publicity campaigns and coordinating special conventions, developing and marketing education programs, and much more. Get the bottom line from the "front office." Whether you are an executive or manager of a nonprofit organization, a volunteer, consultant, fund-raising professional, a member of a board of directors or a trustee, the information in this indispensable guide is more critical–and more effective–than ever before.
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Опубликовано на портале: 20-04-2007
Ред.: Steven J. Ott
Boulder: Westview Press, 2001, 350 с.
The Non-Profit Sector: An Overview is a collection of the most insightful and accessible writings about the nonprofit sector in the U.S. and its organizations. The book discusses everything from Andrew Carnegie's turn-of-the-century philosophy of philanthropy, to the most recent writings by current scholars and practitioners. Accordingly, the book contains previously published articles, chapters, and encyclopedia entries that present the most influential theories, concepts, and issues associated with the nonprofit sector. Furthermore, each chapter opens with a framing essay that identifies the central themes and issues presented within the chapter and provides an overview of sometimes competing points of view. Each framing essay also briefly summarizes the significance of the contribution of each writing to the development of knowledge in the field.
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Опубликовано на портале: 20-04-2007
Gary M. Grobman
Изд-во: White Hat Communications, 2002, 441 с.
The definitive reference manual for starting and running a nonprofit corporation in the United States, this handbook provides information on everything from legal issues to fundraising techniques. Details of how to incorporate, register to lobby, apply for tax exemptions, and comply with charitable solicitation laws are included for every state and for the District of Columbia. Information about current federal laws, regulations, and court decisions that apply to nonprofits, as well as on staffing, advocacy, strategic planning, and bookkeeping is provided. This updated edition includes a discussion on the trends in nonprofit management and the future of the nonprofit sector.
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Опубликовано на портале: 20-04-2007
Lester M. Salamon
Washington: Brookings Institution Press, 2003, 113 с.
Like the arteries of a living organism, nonprofit organizations carry a life force that has long been a centerpiece of American culture—a faith in the capacity of individual action to improve the quality of human life. They embody two seemingly contradictory impulses at the heart of American character: a deep-seated commitment to freedom and individual initiative and an equally fundamental realization that people live in communities and consequently have responsibilities that extend beyond themselves. Uniquely among American institutions, those in the nonprofit sector blend these competing impulses, creating a special class of entities that Alexis de Tocqueville recognized more than 175 years ago to be "more deserving of our attention" than any other part of the American experiment. Until very recently, little headway had been made in tracking developments to the nonprofit sector systematically, in assessing the impact they are having, and in getting the results into the hands of the nonprofit practitioners, policymakers, the press, and the public at large. Lester Salamon helped close that information gap by compiling a comprehensive volume titled The State of Nonprofit America (Brookings). This book, which grew out of the larger project, provides an accessible overview of the sector to non-scholarly readers. It paints a broad and clear picture of the state of America;s nonprofit sector while identifying the changes that might be needed to promote its long-term health. The result is a concise and convincing testament to the scope, significance, and determination of America;s nonprofits.
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Опубликовано на портале: 14-06-2007
Ред.: S.A. Denters, Oscar van Heffen, J. Huisman, P.J. Klok
Изд-во: Springer, 2004, cерия "Library of Public Policy and Public Administration", 8, 292 с.
This volume fills this gap and presents case studies - particularly in consensus democracies such as the Netherlands, Flanders, and Germany but also in majoritarian democracies such as the UK and Canada - that describe and analyze the impact of the changing role of government, and focus on the introduction of interactive governance and the introduction of quasi-markets. The chapters explore how new forms of governance combine with the traditional institutions and processes of public decision making
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