Social Change and Nonprofit Management provides a critical and comprehensive look at nonprofit leadership and social change. With chapters written by the leading experts in the field, this book offers an in-depth understanding of key concepts that are critical to nonprofit leaders, practitioners, researchers, and students. This cutting-edge volume is a must-read that thoughtfully navigates complex contemporary issues while keeping an eye on important questions for the philanthropic and nonprofit sector that coalesce around resilient communities, equity and justice, ethics, civil society, and humanity.
Chapter 1: Legal Framework and Social Change: Why a Nonprofit Sector?
Norman A. Dolch and Roseanne Mirabella
Chapter 2: Multiple Perspectives Creating One Theory: Developing a Leadership Theory for the Nonprofit Sector
Angela R. Logan
Chapter 3: Management
Sylvia Ramirez Benatti and Hunter Phillips Goodman
Chapter 4: Finance
Alicia M. Schatteman
Chapter 5: Fundraising
Chapter 6: Collaboration and Partnerships
Nathan A. Schaumleffel, Helen K. Wise, Heather Carpenter, and Norman A. Dolch
Chapter 7: Program Evaluation
Ann Marie Kinnell and Helen Wise
Chapter 8: Reimagining the Future of the Nonprofit Sector
Roseanne Mirabella, Mauren Feit, and Angela Logan