The Management of Nonprofit Organizations
A comprehensive text that introduces nonprofit management from both a macro and micro perspective. Starts with a theoretical view of nonprofit based on behavior theory of the firm, economic analysis and the nature of services firms. Balances the emphasis between the viewpoints of boards and volunteers and those of the professionals and managers involved. Explores the full range of management functions--strategic management, marketing, accounting, finance, operations and personnel. Offers a selection of cases dealing with both private nonprofit and autonomous agencies handling health, social work, aging, education, and entrepreneural ventures.
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