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Cases and Applications in Non-Profit Management

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ISBN-10: 0875814123

ISBN-13: 9780875814124

Edition: 1998

Authors: Robert T. Golembiewski, Jerry G. Stevenson

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This casebook addresses a broad range of realistic management situations and problems encountered in nonprofit organizations. In addition to a collection of lively and challenging cases, it includes a substantial introduction on using cases in the classroom, plus exercises and questions that help students delineate some of the unique issues facing nonprofit managers today.
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Book details

List price: $149.95
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 1/1/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 184
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

The Dynamic Context of Nonprofit, Voluntary, and Third-Sector Organizations
Board Membership Has Its Privileges
Friends, Volunteers, and Adversaries: Sorting Out the Players
Greed, Sex, and Abuse of Power
Humanitarian Road to Hell? Some Ravages of International NGO Intervention
Nonprofit Board Governance
Metropolitan Emergency Medical Services
A Do-Gooder Gets Done In: Mary T's View of a Support Group
Images of Third-Sector Organizations and Participants
Why a "Third Sector"?
Rethinking Our Approach to Poverty
Key Dimensions of Organizing and Managing Nonprofit, Voluntary, and Third-Sector Organizations
Dinosaurs Are Extinct: Should the Museum Be, Too?
Retraining Displaced and Older Workers
Camp Robinson
HIV and Employee Rights
The Supply Side of Volunteerism
Conflicts on the Human Services Coordination Team
Right to Know?
ACLU v. Tyler County
After All, Nobody Got Hurt!
An Unwelcome Advance
Anna Lieberman, Deceased
For Better or Worse
Taking Risks for a Good Cause
The Diverse Meanings of Diversity
The Homeless Just Need a Fighting Chance
Strategies for Managing and Improving Nonprofit, Voluntary, and Third-Sector Organizations
Changing Missions for Nonprofits
Organization Development in the Ashfield Youth Corps
Barrytown Community Resource Center
Moving Toward the Future
Putting the Pieces in Place
Knowing Why Makes the What and the How Straightforward
Big John Changes Careers
The Midvalley Recreation Department
Three Go-Arounds Toward Assessing a Nonprofit
Dual Roles and Conflict in Voluntary Organizations