Management of Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations in Canada, 5th Edition
This book covers all aspects of management for all types and sizes of nonprofit organizations including registered charities, nonprofit organizations, nonprofit social enterprises, and other social purpose organizations.
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Canada has one of the largest nonprofit sectors in the world. Over 170,000 organizations provide a vast array of services that affect the quality of life of almost every Canadian. As pressure to change and evolve intensifies, managers of nonprofit organizations face unique, ever-growing challenges to manage resources efficiently and effectively.
Management of Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations in Canada, 5th Edition covers all aspects of management for all types and sizes of nonprofit organizations including registered charities, nonprofit organizations, nonprofit social enterprises, and other social purpose organizations. It ties together evidence-based best practices, risk management and strategic advice for all the critical areas that determine the success of a nonprofit organization. The team of contributors includes both leading scholars as well as seasoned practicing professionals in the field.
Discover the latest ideas and research on how to confidently manage:
- Boards of directors – create a high-performance board with clearly defined roles and responsibilities
- Executive leadership – build solid relationships with boards, staff, and stakeholders that lead to innovative and effective results
- Legal issues – identify and minimize areas of liability for directors, officers, staff, and volunteers
- Government and community relationships – understand why these important relations have changed in the past decade and how to thrive today
- Resource development – combat donor fatigue with innovative, targeted programs
- Planning – choose a strategic direction that will allow your organization to achieve its goals
- Accountability and evaluation – conduct meaningful performance assessments that meet government requirements and provide relevant information to your organization
- Money – avoid budgeting pitfalls, develop internal control systems to protect resources, and create financial reports that satisfy all stakeholders
- People – help staff and volunteers to work together following human resources principles tailored to nonprofit organizations
- Technology – learn how to find and implement the latest in information and communications technology designed for nonprofit organizations
What’s New in This Edition
- Brand new co-editor Wenjue Knutsen
- The latest Statistics Canada data and trends on Canada’s nonprofit sector
- New chapter addressing social enterprise considerations in the nonprofit sector
- New chapter examining outcome measurement
- Coverage of the effects of the pandemic on Canada’s nonprofit sector
- Updates on theory and practice for managers
Who Should Read This Book
- Managers of charitable and nonprofit organizations, especially those who are new and need to learn how to manage all aspects of their organization
- Lawyers and other consultants advising charitable and nonprofit organizations who need to know how to reduce exposure to risk and liability associated with day-to-day management and fundraising
- Instructors of courses in management of charitable and nonprofit organizations who need a teaching resource that covers all the essential elements of managing nonprofit and voluntary organizations in Canada
Table of contents
Chapter 1: introduction: What is Special About Managing Nonprofit Organizations? – Keith Seel, Wenjue Knutsen and Vic Murray
Chapter 2: Nonprofit Organizations in Canada – David Lasby
Chapter 3: Optimizing the Role of the Board of Directors of Nonprofit Organizations in the Governance Process – Vic Murray and Yvonne D. Cafik
Chapter 4: Executive Level Management in Nonprofit Organizations – Keith Seel
Chapter 5: The Legal Context of Nonprofit Management – Terrance S. Carter and Karen J. Cooper
Chapter 6: Managing Nonprofit Relationships with Public, Private, Other Nonprofit Organizations and Media – Kathy L. Brock
Chapter 7: Resource Development Basics – Andrea McManus
Chapter 8: From Vision to Results: Strategic Management, Planning and Organizing – Kimberly Speers and Evert Lindquist
Chapter 9: Emerging Opportunities for Evaluation in Canada’s Nonprofit Sector Post-Pandemic – Victoria Carlan
Chapter 10: Outcome Measurement: Understanding and Determining Client and Program Success – Jane Matheson and Chloe Westelmajer
Chapter 11: Financial Management in Nonprofit Organizations – Carolyn Bodnar-Evans and Melissa Goldstein
Chapter 12: Human Resources in Nonprofit Management – Kunle Akingbola and Agnes Meinhard
Chapter 13: Optimizing the Potential of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Organizations Through information and Communications Technology (ICT) – Yvonne D. Cafik
Chapter 14: Social Accounting – Laurie Mook
Chapter 15: incorporating and Managing a Social Enterprise in Canada – Wenjue L. Knutsen
Chapter 16: indigenous Considerations in the Nonprofit Sector – Michael Lickers