Brotherhood of St Laurence

Preparing leaders of nonprofit organizations : contemporary perspectives / edited by William A. Brown and Matthew Hale.

Contributor(s): Brown, William A, 1964- [editor.] | Hale, Matthew L [editor.]
Series: Routledge public affairs educationPublisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2022Description: xix, 323 pISBN: 9781032277806Subject(s): Nonprofit Organisations -- Management | LeadershipAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Preparing leaders of nonprofit organizationsDDC classification: 658.048 PRE
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"There are more than 1.8 million nonprofits in the United States and at least 3 times that many internationally. Workers in these nonprofits and civil society organizations increasingly look to academic programs to provide leadership and management training. This edited volume is designed to provide new and experienced faculty and program administrators with a broader conception of how the nonprofit leaders of the future are and could be educated. The chapters are written by experienced nonprofit program leaders who provide guidance on all aspects of building and more importantly maintaining a successful nonprofit program. Many of the chapters are written by former leaders of the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council (NACC), a recognized international leader in nonprofit management curricular development, while others are written by successful founders and administrators of nonprofit programs both in the US and internationally. All chapters are however grounded in the experience of the authors, supplemented with research on best practices and focusing on future trends in the field. Preparing Leaders of Nonprofit Organizations examines key issues and challenges in the field from multiple perspectives, some of which are curricular and intellectual while others are related to program administration and oversight. The text explores core concepts, distils distinctive features of new or emerging academic programs, and identifies ways program leadership might ensure those features are reflected in their programs regardless of where these are housed within a university. The book is an essential resource for faculty and administrators who work with or are seeking to develop a nonprofit education program. It is also a useful guide for graduate students seeking a career in the nonprofit academy"-- Provided by publisher.

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