Nonprofits are noble undertakings, but even the most laudable ventures need to regularly reassess what they are doing and how they’re doing it. For them, good advice is indispensable. Fortunately, many experts are eager—and willing—to assist. And 38 of them share their hard-gained knowledge, developed over many years working with numerous organizations, in The Nonprofit Advisor. Specifically, they address general and financial management skills and how to build strong boards, generate funds, manage people, and promote the organization – and harness the most appropriate technology to do all these things. If you’re looking for theory, you will need to consult other sources. But, if you’re seeking pointed, action-oriented advice to help your nonprofit excel, this book is for you.
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