Nonprofit Management Principles and Practice 3rd edition 2013 by Michael J. Worth

Nonprofit Management Principles and Practice 3rd edition 2013 by Michael J. Worth
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Nonprofit Management Principles and Practice 3rd edition 2013 by Michael J. Worth



Student friendly and comprehensive, this fully updated third edition of Nonprofit Management: Principles and Practice, by Michael J. Worth, provides a broad overview of key topics on and important trends affecting governance and management of nonprofit organizations, including the scope and structure of the nonprofit sector, leadership of nonprofits, managing the nonprofit organization, fundraising, earned income strategies, financial management, nonprofit lobbying and advocacy, managing international and global organizations, and social entrepreneurship. It is packed with current cases, timely examples, and updated data, and covers various nonprofit sub-sectors, including educational, health-related, arts-focused, human service, and advocacy organizations, among others. Written specifically for students, Nonprofit Management integrates research, theory, and the practitioner literature, and includes more information than is found in the more prescriptive, practitioner-oriented alternatives.



Editorial Reviews Review

¡°No textbook is perfect nor can it meet the needs of every professor, but this text comes pretty close.¡± (Mary Migliaro 2013-02-13)

¡°I have not found another comprehensive text that covers the material in as solid a fashion as Worth.¡± (Reid Zimmerman 2013-02-13)

¡°The book balances scholarship with practical illustrations of how the nonprofit sector functions.¡± (Gregg Kaufman 2013-02-13)

¡°I like the text and the way the chapters are structured; this structure will help me plan individual classes/lessons during the course. But more importantly, I think students will find the text easily understandable and helpful to them as they begin their careers as non-profit managers¡­. It has much potential to contribute to students¡¯ understandings of successful management of non-profit organizations.¡± (Catherine Hansman 2013-02-13)

¡°This book is a great introduction to the nonprofit sector for students new to the field. It combines depth with breadth to demonstrate the complexities and challenges of managing a nonprofit organization in today's dynamic environment.¡± (Georgette Dumont 2013-02-13)

¡°This text does much to take some of the mystery out of nonprofit management.¡± (Kay Ham 2013-02-13) About the Author

Michael J. Worth is a professor of Nonprofit Management in the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. He was vice president for development and alumni affairs at George Washington for eighteen years, where he planned and directed two comprehensive campaigns. He previously served as director of development at the University of Maryland College Park. Earlier in his career, he was assistant to the president at Wilkes University and director of development at DeSales University. As principal of a consulting firm, he has advised dozens of nonprofit organizations and educational institutions on strategic planning, governance, and fundraising programs. Dr. Worth has served as a member of the Commission on Philanthropy of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and an editor of the CASE International Journal of Educational Advancement. He has written academic and practitioner-oriented books related to fundraising, governing boards, and nonprofit management. Works include Leading the Campaign (2010), Foundations for the Future (2012), and the textbook Nonprofit Management: Principles and Practice (3rd edition, 2014). He holds a B.A. in economics from Wilkes College, an M.A. in economics from The American University, and a Ph.D. in higher education from the University of Maryland.