Breakthrough Thinking for Nonprofit Organizations: Creative Strategies for Extraordinary Results

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 16, 2003 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
This groundbreaking book will help nonprofit managers think in newand creative ways about how they define and meet the challengesthey face--and how to rise above standard practices to lift theirorganizations to greater performance levels. Using examples of bestpractices from innovative organizations in both the corporate andnonprofit worlds, Breakthrough Thinking for NonprofitOrganizations offers a mix of "how-to" advice and case studiesthat will guide readers on a new road to creativity. This book willfundamentally change the way nonprofit professionals think abouthow they do their work--and usher in a new era fornonprofits.

2003 Terry McAdam Book Award Winner http://www.allianceonline.org/publications/mcadam_past_winners_1.page
 

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Bernard Ross is a director of The Management Centre, the UnitedKingdom's largest nonprofit management consultancy and trainingorganization. He has worked in nonprofit management for twentyyears and has tested his methods with organizations such asGreenpeace, Save the Children, the Red Cross, and others.
Clare Segal is a director of The Management Centre. She worksextensively with organizations in Europe and the United States onmarketing, coaching, and communication skills.

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