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The Nonprofit Handbook. Management 2002 Supplement. 3rd Edition. Wiley Nonprofit Law, Finance and Management Series

  • ID: 2211895
  • Book
  • September 2002
  • 120 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The 2002 Supplement includes:
  • A revised chapter on Contingency and Emergency Public Affairs.
  • New chapters on such topics as Making your Data Collection Meaningful, Sales for Non–Profits, Strategic Leadership of Volunteer Organizations in an International Context, and Organizational Culture and Not–for–Profit Organizations.
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Part I: Effectiveness.

Marketing & Communications.

13 Contingency and Emergency Public Affairs (Revised) (Richard L. Thompson, APR, Director of Communicationsand Public Affairs, Naval Research Laboratory).

Information Management.

14A Making Your Data Collection Meaningful (New) (Stephen Hobbs, EdD, creator of the WELLTH Learning Network, Dan R. Dyble, MSOD, WELLTH Learning Network).

Part II: Efficiency.

Revenue Generation.

19A Sales for Nonprofits (New) (Sylvia Allen, President of Allen Consulting).

Part III: Evolutionary Environment.


27A Organizational Culture and Nonprofit Organizations (New) (Joseph E. Champoux, PhD, The Robert O. Anderson Schools ofManagement, The University of New Mexico).

Human Resource Development and Management.

34A Volunteer Organization Management Processes and Challenges in theInternational Context (New) (Donna Kennedy– Glans, BA, LLB, President of the Kennedy–GlansPerspective Inc.).

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Tracy D. Connors
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