The Nonprofit management Transition and improvement Guide
In this dynamic source, Tom Adams (an professional in succession making plans who has labored with enormous quantities of organisations) exhibits how intentional management improvement and correctly controlled management transitions offer nonprofits with the infrequent chance to alter path, continue momentum, and develop their skill. This obtainable guidebook is stuffed with illustrative tales, instructive classes, top practices, and functional instruments that may be used to make sure a winning nonprofit management transition.
"It is amazing to have a publication which so successfully addresses the original demanding situations and possibilities of management within the nonprofit quarter, replete with sound recommendation and urban examples. Tom Adams brings a wealth of expertise and savvy to the subject. Paid and volunteer leaders of nonprofits in any respect degrees will take advantage of analyzing it."—Irv Katz, president and CEO, nationwide Human companies Assembly
"The consultant is certainly one of its type in delivering a practical body for the area of nonprofit leaders. it really is lengthy past due within the area as a true device for leaders. even perhaps extra very important, it is helping nonprofit forums of administrators and philanthropic businesses to appreciate the relationship among their funding in management and attaining organizational goals." —Diane Bell McKoy, CEO, linked Black Charities
"Rich with instructive examples and suggestion, this booklet is grounded within the truth of nonprofits. it will likely be a very worthy advisor to nonprofit corporations of all kinds and sizes." —Ruth McCambridge, editor in leader, Nonprofit Quarterly
"Make no mistake: attracting and protecting best expertise will be precedence no 1 for the nonprofit region. Adams's booklet bargains sensible recommendation for a way to embed this precedence into the sector's DNA. All who care approximately nonprofit effectiveness will be well-served to provide this publication a detailed read."—Kathleen P. Enright, president and CEO, Grantmakers for powerful Organizations