Consulting and Evaluation with Nonprofit and Community-Based Organizations
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2010 - Business & Economics - 340 pages
Consulting with Non-Profit Organizations is a practical guide that provides all of the information necessary to start and run a successful consulting business focused on non-profit and government. The authors have done extensive research with a diverse group of consultants to determine the best practices for non-profit consulting. This unique book addresses important topics such as what types of services to provide, what type of business entity to set up, fee structure, challenges of consulting, and much more.
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Before You Begin
Preparing for Success
When to Start a Consulting Practice
What Kind of Business to Build
Getting Official Actions
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