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Strategic Management in Non-Profit Organizations: An Administrator's Handbook [Hardcover]

Robert D Hay

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Book Description

Aug. 28 1990 0899305512 978-0899305516

Administrators and directors of non-profit organizations (NPOs) face most of the same challenges and problems that confront their counterparts in profit making organizations. And while there are certain concepts of administration that are fairly universal in nature, they have to be applied sensitively to the unique situations facing every NPO. Author Robert D. Hay suggests that there is a body of knowledge that can be mastered by NPO managers that can transform a hit-or-miss approach into a professional method for achieving professional results within the context of each NPO's own unique environment, strengths and weaknesses, and managerial philosophy. Comprehensive in its approach, Strategic Management in Non-Profit OrganizationS≪/i> covers not only the development of strategic management planning, but also its integration into the organization's operative functions, such as operations, marketing, personnel, and finance. A distinctive feature of the book is a self-management evaluation of various objectives, strategies, and policies of the various functions which each non-profit organization has to perform. The self-evaluations will aid administrators not only in making strategic decisions but also in evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of their performance in accomplishing the objectives.

The three introductory chapters of Part I provide essential background material on the nature of NPOs, the nature of management, and the nature of strategy. Part II is concerned with strategy formulation as it is conditioned by each NPO's specific philosophy and goals. Integrating the overall mission into the operative functions of any NPO--operations, marketing, personnel, and financing functions--is addressed in Part III. In strategy implementation, the focus of Part IV, the major emphasis is placed on the managerial functions which have to be performed: planning, acquiring, organizing, leading, coordinating, and evaluating. Based on 15 years of research of 65 different non-profit organizations, Strategic Management of Non-Profit OrganizationS≪/i> is an in-depth response to the needs expressed by these organizations. This volume will be profitably read by all who have a vital interest in providing the services of NPOs as well as those associated with public agencies.


Product Details

  • Hardcover: 408 pages
  • Publisher: Praeger (Aug. 28 1990)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0899305512
  • ISBN-13: 978-0899305516
  • Product Dimensions: 23.1 x 16.3 x 3.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 794 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,051,094 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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?Strategic Management in Non-Profit Organizations: An Administrator's Handbook, by Robert D. Hay, discusses the challenges facing non-profit managers and suggests professional approaches to management planning. The author, professor of management at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, offers a self-management evaluation of objectives, strategies, and policies that any non-profit can perform and tailor to its specific needs. The book also provides background material on the nature of management and non-profit organizations, how to integrate an organization's mission into its overall management structure, and how to implement management strategies.?-The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Book Description

Every non-profit organization administrator can apply universal administrative concepts to transform a hit-or-miss approach into a professional method for achieving professional results within the context of each NPO's unique environment. This volume covers both the development of strategic management planning and its integration into the organization's operative functions.


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