Financial and Strategic Management for Nonprofit Organizations: A Comprehensive Reference to Legal, Financial, Management, and Operations Rules and Guidelines for Nonprofits / Edition 3by Herrington J. Bryce
Pub. Date: 12/17/1999
Praise for the Third Edition"Financial and Strategic Management for Nonprofit Organizations is elegant, helpful, accessible, and most of all pragmatic."—Regina E. Herzlinger, Nancy McPherson Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School, Harvard University "Bryce's fine and comprehensive book has become an indispensable resource for teachers
Praise for the Third Edition"Financial and Strategic Management for Nonprofit Organizations is elegant, helpful, accessible, and most of all pragmatic."—Regina E. Herzlinger, Nancy McPherson Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School, Harvard University "Bryce's fine and comprehensive book has become an indispensable resource for teachers and managers concerned with ensuring the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations. No longer a domain for amateur idealists, nonprofit organizations require professional knowledge and skill if they are to succeed in their missions. The new edition of this book is essential to that success."—Lawrence Lynn, Sydney Stein, Jr. Professor of Public Management, Irving B. Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago"Bryce effectively weaves legal and ethical considerations into his comprehensive treatment of nonprofit strategy and finance. A sound knowledge of the rules of the game is increasingly important for nonprofit leaders in making strategic choices."—Gregory Dees, Miriam and Peter Haas Centennial Professor in Public Service, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University "Bryce's third edition is a must read for practitioners—managers as well as directors—of nonprofit management, particularly those whose focus is on the money-strategy interface. It should also serve as a useful text for graduate courses in nonprofit management."—Raymond Horton, chair of the Management Division and director of the Public and Nonprofit Management Program, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University "Nonprofit leaders need to respond to the increasing calls from the public for accountability, and Herrington Bryce provides the essential legal and financial elements of that responsibility. This is a must for the bookshelf."—Christine Letts, director of the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Institutions, The John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
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Table of Contents
List of Tables, Figures, and Exhibits.
List of Sidebars.
TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS AND THEIR OPERATING RULES.
The Fundamental Pillars of Nonprofit Management.
Protecting the Tax-Exempt Status.
The Nonprofit as a Public Corporation.
Associations and Other Forms of Organizations.
Legal Responsibilities of and to Trustees.
FINANCING THE ORGANIZATION.
Increasing Gifts and Contributions.
Trusts, Wills, Annuities, Life Insurance, and Endowments.
Business Revenues and Tax-Exempt Status.
Organizational and Tax Consequences of Business Ventures.
Pitfalls in Marketing, Lobbying, and Solicitation.
CONTROLLING ORGANIZATIONAL COSTS AND RISKS.
The Budget as a Tool of Control and Contracting.
Compensation and Employee Benefits.
Managing Against Claims of Negligence and Harassment.
MANAGING THE ORGANIZATION'S FINANCES.
Financial Statements as Tools of Conversation and Control.
Evaluating, Setting, and Implementing Financial Goals.
STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR GROWTH AND SURVIVAL.
Strategic Planning as a Management Tool for Growth and Survival.
Searching for Strategic Opportunities and Alliances.
Reorganization: Mergers, Divestitures, Sale of Assets, Acquisitions, Conversions.
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