Human Resource Management in the Nonprofit Sector: Passion, Purpose and Professionalism

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Ronald J. Burke, Cary L. Cooper
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 270 pages
ŠThis volume addresses on several important topics that influence HRM in the nonprofit sector. By providing rich context and linking research to practice, it creates a foundation for those interested in advancing the art and science of human resources in
 

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Contents

setting the stage
3
2 HRM in the voluntary sector
51
3 The roles nonprofit organizations play in society in the United States
72
PART II Human resource management and nonprofit effectiveness
95
4 Reviewing the literature on leadership in nonprofit organizations
97
5 Nine empirical guidelines for top leadership teams in nonprofit organizations
117
developing the nonprofit brand
143
7 Nonprofit brands and brand management
160
8 Enhancing learning and skill development among paid staff and volunteers in nonprofit organizations
178
9 Effectively leading a diverse nonprofit workforce
198
implications for human resource management
221
PART III Developing human resource management skills
241
current state of the field and future directions
243
Index
259
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Ronald J. Burke is Professor Emeritus of Organizational Behaviour and Industrial Relations at the Schulich School of Business, York University. One of Canada's most prolific researchers and writers, Professor Burke's work has focused on the relationship between individual well-being and the work environment.

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