Nonprofit management: Principles and practice
Author: Michael J. Worth
Publisher: Sage Publications
Call Number: HD62.6 .W675 2009
The only comprehensive textbook for the Nonprofit Management course, this book provides a broad overview of key topics, including the scope and structure of the nonprofit sector, leadership and managing, fundraising and financial management, lobbying and advocacy, managing internationally, and social entrepreneurship. The Second Edition examines the effects on the nonprofit sector of the economic recession and recent changes in law, and provides new data and cases.
Michael J. Worth is Professor of Nonprofit Management in the School of Public Policy and Public Administration at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. He teaches related to the governance and management of nonprofit organizations, fund raising and philanthropy, and nonprofit enterprise. He served as Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs at The George Washington University for eighteen years and previously as Director of Development at the University of Maryland, College Park for seven years.
Dr. Worth has been a frequent speaker at conferences of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB). He has served as a member of CASE’s Commission on Philanthropy, as Special Consultant to the President of CASE for Executive Education, as Editor of the CASE International Journal of Educational Advancement, and as a faculty member at the Harvard Institutes for Higher Education. He consults with educational institutions and nonprofit organizations in the areas of fund raising management, board development, and strategic planning.
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