Synopses & Reviews
Dr. James P. Gelatt discusses the five basic principles that should guide all nonprofit organizations: mission, leadership, management, professionalism, and financial stability. Each principle is thoroughly explored and is enhanced by instructive examples of notable managers and successful organizations. The contents also feature a strategic planning guide, tips on building an effective staff, public relations, and fundraising and marketing advice. Managing Nonprofit Organizations in the 21st Century is a guide to proven management methods and leadership techniques that will successfully direct any nonprofit organization into the next century.
In my view, Oryx has done it again - published a readable well-organized and timely title.Lutheran Resources Commission-Grants Consultation Agency
A useful introduction to an important subject which should be widely read by all those involved in Nonprofit Organizations today.International Journal of Strategic Management
Designed for quick reference.Advancing Philosophy
About the Author
JAMES P. GELATT is consultant, workshop presenter, and teacher of management in the Graduate School for Management and Technology at the University of Maryland, College Park.