Search academic journals, trade journals and newspapers. Be sure to combine the term "nonprofit" with other search terms, because this is a general academic database with good coverage of management topics and business related topics.
Written specifically for students,it covers such topics as the scope and structure of the nonprofit sector, leadership of nonprofits, managing nonprofit organizations, fundraising, nonprofit enterprise, financial management, collaborations and mergers, nonprofit lobbying and advocacy, and international trends and includes cases.
Addresses key decision making topics such as the differences between public charities and private foundations, fundraising, employment practices, lobbying, political activity, internal controls, fraud prevention, and financial matters including the IRS Form 990 and GAO audit standards.
Toolkit focuses on how to increase membership and get the members fully contributing. Full of worksheets and sample letters, this book shows how to create, manage and sustain a dynamic membership program.
This book, in two parts, defines the size and scope of the independent sector and compares it with the other major sectors of the economy, namely, the business and government sectors AND presents detailed financial information on reporting 501(c)(3) organizations, or public charities, that file IRS Form 990.
CSR is a business philosophy which stresses the ethical conduct of an organization. Entities need to behave as good "citizens" woulc, not merely obeying the law but acting in a manner which avoids causing environmental pollution or exhausting finite world resources.
Starting point for users digging for information on private companies. A private company is a company whose shares are not traded on any stock exchange. Unlike public companies, privately held companies are not required to report their financials to the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), making information difficult or even impossible to find.
A quick reference guide, capturing the basics of the law. The book is divided into 19 chapters covering everything from general operations to very detailed information on conflict of interest, liability, board of directors, tax-exemptions, charities, political activities, foundations, fund-raising, audits.
This 3rd edition of the "big green book" is a comprehensive guide to key management topics such as board development, strategic planning, lobbying, marketing, fundraising, volunteers, finances, risk management, and compensation and benefits.