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The increasing complexity and interdependence of international NGOs has brought to the surface concerns not only about performance but about the structural aspects of NGO management at a practical level in the quest for performance maximization. This brief guidebook offers five differentalthough complementaryessays that address key questions about NGO management. Topics covered include organizational models, core competencies, NGO organizational structure options, the impact of new IT technologies on performance, and ways to operationalize strategic planning. While directly geared toward NGO management and staff, this book will also be attractive to those thinking of careers in development or potential donors and clients interested in issues of NGO efficiency and performance.
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About the Author
Morgana Ryan has over 15 years of international experience working across a range of strategic, business process and IT engagements spanning the private, public and development sectors. Morgana spent her early career working with upstream Oil and Gas companies in the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Asia. Since 2007, she has been privileged to work with the International Secretariats, national organisations, and regional/country levels of some of the world’s largest international NGOs including Oxfam, Save the Children, Plan, Catholic Relief Services and Amnesty International.
Table of ContentsList of illustrations;
Preface: A short note from the authors; Introduction and overview;
1) Getting in shape? How to make a large international NGO be more than the sum of its parts;
2) Good at what? The core competencies of international NGOs: What are they? What do they need to be?;
3) Evolving structures of international NGO’s: is there a right answer?;
4) Reinventing international NGO’s through new technology possibilities;
5) Strategic planning for international development and relief agencies – reflections and perspectives;
About the Authors