Nonprofit Risk Management & Contingency Planning: Done in a Day Strategies

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 6, 2006 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
Could your nonprofit stand up to risk assessment from outside authorities?

Would it be ready should a keystaff member leave?

Risk management and business continuity planning have the potential for growing and strengthening the internal structure of your nonprofit, yet, these crucial practices are often deferred--or avoided--because many nonprofits fear the planning process will take forever, step on toes, or gather dust on a shelf once it is completed.

With valuable templates, checklists, and worksheets to facilitate planning and preparation, Nonprofit Risk Management & Contingency Planning: Done in a Day Strategies is the new, uncomplicated way for your nonprofit to get risk management planning done.

With some basic preparation--and dedication of a single day--this easy-to-read and easy-to-use tool introduces you to the nuts and bolts of strategic planning and equips you with the structure to engage successfully in a contingency planning process.

Get Nonprofit Risk Management & Contingency Planning and get risk management planning done--in a day.

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Done in a Day Strategies Part I Risk Management
Done in a Day Strategies Part II Business Continuity Planning
Done in a Day Strategies Part III Adding Value to Risk Management and Business Continuity Planning
Done in a Day Strategies Appendix A

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PEGGY M. JACKSON, DPA, CPCU, is a consultant and nationally recognized lecturerin risk management, business continuity planning, and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. She is a principal with Adjunct LLC and a founding partner of the Fogarty, Jackson & Associates Consulting Group in San Francisco, California. Dr. Jackson has coauthored several books published by Wiley, including Managing Risk in Nonprofit Organizations; Sarbanes-Oxley for Nonprofits; Sarbanes-Oxley and Nonprofit Management: Skills, Techniques, Methods; and Sarbanes-Oxley for Nonprofit Boards. She divides her time and consulting practice between her homes in the San Francisco Bay Area and the Washington, DC metro area.

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