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10 thoughts on “Managing the Non-Profit Organization

  1. says:

    Peter Drucker is acknowledged father of nonprofit management The man is a legend and the insights in this book are why Should be required reading for all those looking to work in a social service or advocacy organization Frankly it s a must read for anyone in the nonprofit sector.


  2. says:

    This is a very useful book for people with little training in management, which is often the case for leaders in the non profit sector Drucker is typical of the motivational type writer one encounters in the business world, and he is very good at providing advice and answers where they are needed He is not especially scientific in his approach most of the evidence in this book is purely anecdotal but relied upon the type of common sense that has, in fact, provedsuccessful than This is a very useful book for people with little training in management, which is often the case for leaders in the non profit sector Drucker is typical of the motivational type...


  3. says:

    Drucker is fond of saying that Nonprofits needmanagement He is also quite clear that they need in some ways a different kind of management, or management focused on different kinds of goals This is an excellent book and includes articles from other authors from various ...


  4. says:

    When the book was first published in 1990 and hasn t been updated in all this time there are problems I finally had to stop reading during the interview with the then head of the American Heart Association They were talking about having people go door to door for donations The references to Sears, GM the Japanese are all out of date Yes, there are some lessons to learn from some of these businesses, but things have changed drastically.Also, instead of starting a book with your nonprofit When the book was first published in 1990 and hasn t been updated in all this time there are problems I finally had to stop reading during the interview with the then head of the American Heart Association They were talking about having people go door to door for donations The references to Sears, GM the Japanese are all out of date Yes, there are some lessons to learn from some ...


  5. says:

    Drucker is a management master This book is full of his wisdom as well as the wisdom and experience of other giants in the field pastors, president of Girl Scouts, etc The most important message that so many do NOT seem to get is that a manager director is a servant I read this ...


  6. says:

    A good book to read for anybody in the nonprofit sector, no matter where you place in the chain of command Great advice on maintaining donor relationships, cultivating a staff ad board of directors, managing volunteers, and .


  7. says:

    Love it


  8. says:

    In simple words a great book for people concerned about management of NGOs.


  9. says:

    This book opens the marketing side of non profits and integrates it with its candidates Everyone is very familiar with the fact that non profits are known for missionary The author behind this book contrast the up side and down side management of businesses, and exemplifies how important they are in a non profit organization He makes clear that no organization can survive without compliance from its team players As I read, I understood how team players should been given direct task managemen This book opens the marketing side of non profits and integrates it with its candidates Everyone is very familiar with the fact that non profits are known for missionary The author behind this book contrast the up side and down side management of businesses, and exemplifies ho...


  10. says:

    Classic Drucker for non profit leadersAll i can say is that i never regret reading this book and would have to reread this again to chew on some life transforming management principles in leading a non profit organization