Innovative leadership in the nonprofit organization: strategies for change
Child Welfare League of America, 1994 - Business & Economics - 133 pages
The nonprofits that will survive are those that can predict community needs and priorities and respond with the right services at the right price. This book outlines strategies for managing change in nonprofit organizations drawn from the authors' experiences in a large New England community agency serving children and families. These are strategies for change necessitated by shifting social, economic, political, and technological forces influencing the mission, direction, and financial viability of community service organizations.
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Governance and Board Development
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