Introduction to Nonprofit Management: Text and Cases

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Overview

Introduction to Nonprofit Management: Text and Cases is a unique collection of 28 cases from Ivey Publishing at the Richard Ivey School of Business. This casebook helps students gain a better understanding of nonprofit management by providing contemporary cases from around the world, illustrating the complexity of nonprofit management in a variety of different sectors. Each chapter begins with a substantive introduction to the chapter topic by the editors. The book matches cases to the key concepts in nonprofit management, allowing students to discuss the outcomes and consider the reasons for success or failure. In addition to covering topical issues for managing a nonprofit organization, the book also discusses current trends in the field such as social entrepreneurship, earned income strategies, advocacy, lobbying and leadership.

The SAGE Text and Cases Series, featuring IVEY Cases, is a co-publishing partnership between SAGE and the Richard Ivey School of Business at The University of Western Ontario. Due to their popularity in more than 60 countries, approximately 200 new cases are added to the Ivey School of Business library each year. These affordable collections not only help students connect to real-world situations, but also benefit a professional readership seeking continued education in the field.

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Editorial Reviews

Nathan Pelsma
“The case book is impressive in that it provides great examples of hard choices being made in nonprofits. Providing real experiences and opportunities leads to real decisions that the students can discuss, with outcomes that may either be successes or failures. I appreciate this immensely.”
Jama Rand
"A key strength is the diversity of the cases they have selected. The cases cover a sufficent range of issues faced by nonprofits, regardless of their size, providing students with a practical 'behind the scenes' perspective of nonprofit organizations. All too often we only see the 'public' face and forget the challenges, opportunities, pitfalls and successes these organizations face in everyday operations.”
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412999236
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 1/20/2012
  • Pages: 448
  • Sales rank: 435,450
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

W. Glenn Rowe began studying leadership within the context of strategic management at Texas A&M University, where he completed his Ph D in 1996. He rejoined the Faculty of Business Administration at Memorial in September 1995, where he taught strategic management and strategic leadership. On July 1, 2009, he became the Director of Ivey’s Executive MBA Program. He serves as a reviewer for several academic journals and is active in the community. He has facilitated strategic-thinking sessions for several organizations such as the Alliance for the Control of Tobacco (Newfoundland and Labrador), the Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association, Fishery Products International, Gros Morne National Park, and Sir Wilfred Grenfell College. He is the coauthor of a strategic management textbook and its associated casebook, both of which are in their third edition. His research is published in journals such as the Strategic Management Journal, the Journal of Management and the Leadership Quarterly.

Mary Conway Dato-on is an Associate Professor of International Business at Rollins College, Crummer Graduate School of Business. She came to Rollins from Northern Kentucky University where she was Associate Professor of Marketing and Director of the International Business Center. She received her Ph.D. in Marketing at University of Kentucky, her Masters in International Marketing and Management at Denver University, and her BA from Bradley University. Prior to joining academics, Mary’s work experience included positions in the Philippines, Japan and the USA. Mary serves the community through active involvement in the Board of Directors for Ten Thousand Villages in Winter Park, FL. She also donates her time to the Rollins College Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership Center by leading seminars and consulting projects in nonprofit branding. To serve her profession Mary served as editor for the Academy of Marketing Science 2011 Annual Conference, regularly reviews for academic publications, and acts as track chairs for professional conferences.

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Table of Contents

1. The Nonprofit Organization in Society
Case 1.1 Mote Aquaculture Park: Sturgeon Project
Case 1.2 Elephant Walk Through
2. Starting the Nonprofit Organization
Case 2.1 Launch of Durra: Women in Islamic Banking
Case 2.2 MIA, Philippines
3. Nonprofit Organization Governance and Structure
3.1 OHNo Swim Club: Organizational Governance and Mission
3.2 YMCA of London, Ontario
4. Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations
Case 4.1 Good Intentions Gone Awry at the National Kidney Foundation
Case 4.2 Dickinson College: Inspiration for a Leadership Story
5. Performance Measurement
Case 5.1 Lake Eola Charter School
Case 5.2 Otago Museum
6. Nonprofit Strategy and Change
Case 6.1 Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Case 6.2 Health Care Center for the Homeless
7. Nonprofit Capacity and Networks
Case 7.1 Western Area Youth Services
Case 7.2 Rollins College Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership Center
8. Managing the People: Staff and Volunteers
Case 8.1 Alice Saddy: Caring for the Community
Case 8.2 Consultancy Development Organization (CDO)
9. Marketing
Case 9.1 Ten Thousand Villages of Cincinnati
Case 9.2 The Toronto Ultimate Club
10. Obtaining and Maintaining Organizational Momentum
Case 10.1 Ontario Science Center: Agents of Change and Beyond
Case 10.2 Newfoundland Centre for the Arts
11. Financial Management
Case 11.1 Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids
Case 11.2 Kiddyland
12. Advocacy and Lobbying
Case 12.1 AOL Time Warner (A)
Case 12.2 East Coast Trail Association
13. International Perspective
Case 13.1 Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) in Asia
Case 13.2 NASSCOM
14. Social Entrepreneurship
Case 14.1 Competing for Development: Fuel Efficient Stoves for Darfur
Case 14.2 Care Kenya: Making Social Enterprise Sustainable

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