The Nonprofit Handbook, Management: 1999 Supplement
Tracy D. Connors, James M. Greenfield
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 14, 1999 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
Nonprofit managers want and need practical guidance on how to do their jobs and run their organizations more effectively and efficiently. They now acknowledge that there are certain basic management principles, practices, and tools that can be learned from other nonprofits and from for-profits and then applied to their own unique circumstances. This is a revised and expanded edition of the first book to present set of standardized policies and procedures applicable to a great majority of nonprofit organizations, regardless of their size or the particular type of service provided. It is designed as an easy-to-use desktop reference on the operational policies and procedures of nonprofit organizations.
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