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Nonprofit Organizations: Principles and Practices (Foundations of Social Work Knowledge Series) download ebook

by Thomas Holland Ph.D.,Roger Ritvo Ph.D.

Nonprofit Organizations: Principles and Practices (Foundations of Social Work Knowledge Series) download ebook
ISBN:
0231139748
ISBN13:
978-0231139748
Author:
Thomas Holland Ph.D.,Roger Ritvo Ph.D.
Publisher:
Columbia University Press (July 3, 2008)
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376 pages
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1254 kb
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1518 kb
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4.2

Thomas P Holland, Roger A Ritvo.

Thomas P Holland, Roger A Ritvo. This volume begins with a history of nonprofits, as well as a discussion of the theories and ethical issues surrounding them, and then provides guidance on how to create, lead, and manage an effective organization.

book by Thomas P. Holland

book by Thomas P. Holland. Nonprofit organizations in the United States have exploded over the past two decades, and while many books touch on aspects of these organizations, few directly address the principles and practices incoming workers need to know to become leaders in the field.

Series: Foundations of Social Work Knowledge Series. Nonprofit Organizations. Published by: Columbia University Press. Book Description: Nonprofit organizations in the United States have exploded over the past two decades, and while many books touch on aspects of these organizations, few directly address the principles and practices incoming workers need to know to become leaders in the field.

Foundations of social work knowledge.

Nonprofit Organizations book. Thomas P. Holland, Roger A. Ritvo. Nonprofit Organizations: Principles & Practices (Foundations of Social Work Knowledge Series). 0231139756 (ISBN13: 9780231139755).

2 Marketing perspectives on fundraising for nonprofit organizations We are accustomed to thinking of actual and potential consumers of. .Every member of our organization must approach work in terms of engaging supporters

2 Marketing perspectives on fundraising for nonprofit organizations We are accustomed to thinking of actual and potential consumers of our programs in terms of market segments. Donors are another whole area of essential constituents of our organization. Every member of our organization must approach work in terms of engaging supporters.

Foundations of social work knowledge

Foundations of social work knowledge.

Presentation on theme: "Teams Thomas P. Holland, P. Chapter 8: Foundations of Group Behavior. Objectives Learn about the four stages of team development. Professor Institute for Nonprofit Organizations. 2 Types of Teams or Groups Most work in nonprofit organizations takes place in teams, so knowing how to develop and supervise them is crucial May be short or long term, depending on the results sought Problem-solving teams address a specific, current problem, with goal of recommending solutions Project teams take responsibility for accomplishing an important task for organization and achieving designated.

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Principles and Practices. Holland and Roger A. Columbia University Press. An Ecological Reinterpretation of Social Work Practice in Health and Mental Health Systems. Toba Schwaber Kerson.

Nonprofit organizations in the United States have exploded over the past two decades, and while many books touch on aspects of these organizations, few directly address the principles and practices incoming workers need to know to become leaders in the field. This volume begins with a history of nonprofits, as well as a discussion of the theories and ethical issues surrounding them, and then provides guidance on how to create, lead, and manage an effective organization. Subsequent chapters cover key issues in human resources; organizational growth and renewal; strategic planning; community relations; fundraising; program evaluation; accountability, particularly financial; and the future of nonprofits. Competition and scarcity of funding has forced nonprofits to produce even more capable managers. This textbook is the best resource for schools of social work, public administration, business, law, public health, and adult education, and it is a vital tool for instructors in resource centers serving nonprofits.
Reviews:
  • Shakanos
I take a nonprofit management class with one of the authors (Dr. Holland), and I'd have to say that this is a well-written textbook. Each chapter introduces you to the world of managing a nonprofit organization. The chapters aren't full of confusing jargon, and are actually interesting.
  • Conjukus
Awesome book that made this subject really clear. Glad that I was able to purchase in a timely manner. Thanks