Developing an ethics program: a case study for nonprofit organizations
Written by the former general counsel for the United Way, this booklet takes valuable lessons learned from the scandal that rocked that organization in the early 1990s and led to an new era of accountability for nonprofits. Board members will learn the importance of having an ethics program, and how one is developed, implemented, evaluated, and revised for nonprofits of any size.
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