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The Resource Achieving success in nonprofit organizations, Timothy J. Kloppenborg and Laurence J. Laning, editors, (electronic resource)

Achieving success in nonprofit organizations, Timothy J. Kloppenborg and Laurence J. Laning, editors, (electronic resource)

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Achieving success in nonprofit organizations
Title
Achieving success in nonprofit organizations
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Timothy J. Kloppenborg and Laurence J. Laning, editors
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Language
eng
Summary
  • This book is aimed at leaders of nonprofit organizations. These leaders include executive directors, managers, board members, pastors, key volunteers, and anyone who wishes to make a difference. The four overarching areas of living the mission, making good decisions, getting things done,and developing your team emerged from literature searches, focus groups, and surveys to discover objectively what critical skills and knowledge are most useful to leaders of nonprofit organizations. Experts contribute individual chapters in each of these four areas. This book can be used as a reference for specific skills and knowledge in any of these areas. It can also be used as a text since it covers 16 specific chapters within the four major sections and each chapter has a major case example, assessment questions, and summaries of key concepts
  • This book is aimed at leaders of nonprofit organizations. These leaders include executive directors, managers, board members, pastors, key volunteers, and anyone who wishes to make a difference. The four overarching areas of living the mission, making good decisions, getting things done,and developing your team emerged from literature searches, focus groups, and surveys to discover objectively what critical skills and knowledge are most useful to leaders of nonprofit organizations. Experts contribute individual chapters in each of these four areas. This book can be used as a reference for specific skills and knowledge in any of these areas. It can also be used as a text since it covers 16 specific chapters within the four major sections and each chapter has a major case example, assessment questions, and summaries of key concepts
  • This book is aimed at leaders of nonprofit organizations. These leaders include executive directors, managers, board members, pastors, key volunteers, and anyone who wishes to make a difference. The four overarching areas of living the mission, making good decisions, getting things done,and developing your team emerged from literature searches, focus groups, and surveys to discover objectively what critical skills and knowledge are most useful to leaders of nonprofit organizations. Experts contribute individual chapters in each of these four areas. This book can be used as a reference for specific skills and knowledge in any of these areas. It can also be used as a text since it covers 16 specific chapters within the four major sections and each chapter has a major case example, assessment questions, and summaries of key concepts
  • This book is aimed at leaders of nonprofit organizations. These leaders include executive directors, managers, board members, pastors, key volunteers, and anyone who wishes to make a difference. The four overarching areas of living the mission, making good decisions, getting things done,and developing your team emerged from literature searches, focus groups, and surveys to discover objectively what critical skills and knowledge are most useful to leaders of nonprofit organizations. Experts contribute individual chapters in each of these four areas. This book can be used as a reference for specific skills and knowledge in any of these areas. It can also be used as a text since it covers 16 specific chapters within the four major sections and each chapter has a major case example, assessment questions, and summaries of key concepts
  • This book is aimed at leaders of nonprofit organizations. These leaders include executive directors, managers, board members, pastors, key volunteers, and anyone who wishes to make a difference. The four overarching areas of living the mission, making good decisions, getting things done,and developing your team emerged from literature searches, focus groups, and surveys to discover objectively what critical skills and knowledge are most useful to leaders of nonprofit organizations. Experts contribute individual chapters in each of these four areas. This book can be used as a reference for specific skills and knowledge in any of these areas. It can also be used as a text since it covers 16 specific chapters within the four major sections and each chapter has a major case example, assessment questions, and summaries of key concepts
  • This book is aimed at leaders of nonprofit organizations. These leaders include executive directors, managers, board members, pastors, key volunteers, and anyone who wishes to make a difference. The four overarching areas of living the mission, making good decisions, getting things done,and developing your team emerged from literature searches, focus groups, and surveys to discover objectively what critical skills and knowledge are most useful to leaders of nonprofit organizations. Experts contribute individual chapters in each of these four areas. This book can be used as a reference for specific skills and knowledge in any of these areas. It can also be used as a text since it covers 16 specific chapters within the four major sections and each chapter has a major case example, assessment questions, and summaries of key concepts
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Dewey number
658.048
LC call number
HD62.6
LC item number
.A238 2014
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  • Kloppenborg, Timothy J.,
  • Laning, Laurence J
Series statement
Strategic management collection,
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Nonprofit organizations
Label
Achieving success in nonprofit organizations, Timothy J. Kloppenborg and Laurence J. Laning, editors, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
Part of: 2014 digital library
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
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OCM1bookssj0001214987
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First edition.
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9781606497296
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remote
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(WaSeSS)bookssj0001214987
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  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
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Label
Achieving success in nonprofit organizations, Timothy J. Kloppenborg and Laurence J. Laning, editors, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Part of: 2014 digital library
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
  • 1. Introduction -- Section 1. Living the mission -- 2. Developing and living your mission (Case study: Friars Club) / Len Brzozowski -- 3. Noses in, fingers out: the board's role in achieving success (Case study: Love Your Neighbor Center) / Dick Aft -- 4. Walking the talk: serving stakeholders with ethics, values, and governance (Case study: Talbert House) / Ann Marie Tracey -- 5. Community engagement (Case study: John XXIII Institute) / John Mooney -- Section 2. Making good decisions -- 6. Innovation: creating new products and services (Case study: Support My School) / Rashmi Assudani and Laurence J. Laning -- 7. Making good decisions using data (Case study: United Way of Greater Cincinnati) / Laurence J. Laning -- 8. Portfolio management (Case study: Starfire Council) / Paul Kling -- 9. Leveraging information technology (Case study: Health Collaborative) / Laurence J. Laning -- Section 3. Getting things done -- 10. Financial management (Case study: Buckhorn Children and Family Services) / Phil Glasgo -- 11. Change management (Case study: Xavier University) / Lynda Kilbourne -- 12. Planning and managing projects more effectively (Case study: Mercy Neighborhood Ministries) / Kathryn N. Wells and Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 13. Sponsoring projects (Case study: Redwood Rehabilitation) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- Section 4. Developing your team -- 14. Creating value through human resources (Case study: Xavier University) / Tamara L. Giluk and Shari Mickey-Boggs -- 15. Total quality: integrating customer, employee, and process voices (Case study: Congregation of Saint Joseph) / Timothy J. Kloppenborg -- 16. A strengths based approach for managing your people (Case study: Catholic Strengths and Engagement Community) / Leisa Anslinger and Stephanie Moore -- 17. Creating a sense of employee ownership: lessons from worker-owned cooperatives (Case study: Interfaith Business Builders and Its Cooperatives) / Ray West and Rebecca Luce -- Concluding comments -- Appendix. Our research process -- Index
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OCM1bookssj0001214987
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unknown
Edition
First edition.
Isbn
9781606497296
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001214987
System details
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
  • System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader

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