'Strategisch management van publieke organisaties' beoogt een bijdrage te leveren aan de categorie strategie en publieke organisaties, op basis van de strategische concepten die zijn ontwikkeld door Bob de Wit en Ron Meyer. Een essentieel onderdeel van deze concepten is dat problemen worden gedefinieerd als paradoxen.
As not–for–profits must increasingly achieve greater results with less resources, they are continually seeking ways to use such scarce resources with more economy, with greater efficiency of processes and people within their organizations, and with increased effectiveness of results in order to further their missions. Meer
The 2002 Supplement includes:
A revised chapter on Contingency and Emergency Public Affairs.
New chapters on such topics as Making your Data Collection Meaningful, Sales for Non–Profits, Strategic Leadership of Volunteer Organizations in an International Context, and Organizational Culture and Not–for–Profit Organizations. Meer
A must–have guide that enables managers and trustees of private foundations, as well as their lawyers and accountants, to successfully navigate today′s increasingly complex tax laws and reporting requirements
Private foundations are the most regulated of nonprofit organizations. Meer
How to keep any nonprofit out of trouble, running smoothly, and accomplishing its mission
"Jack Siegel––lawyer, accountant, management consultant, and computer whiz––takes the putative director or officer of a nonprofit organization on a useful and often entertaining voyage throughout the realm of the tax–exempt organizations universe, pointing out its quirks, foibles, and legal liabilities along the way. Meer
Voluntary Organizations and Public Sector Delivery examines how aspects of voluntary sector employment are affected by its engagement with the growing trend to the market-based outsourcing in the delivery of public services within industrialized countries. Meer