NPLD 786: Strategic Management and Leadership of Nonprofits - A NPQ Special Academic Reader

Strategic Management and Leadership: A Special Academic Reader
Strategic Management and Leadership: A Special Academic Reader
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Strategic Management and Leadership: A Special Reader. The Nonprofit Quarterly


School of Social Policy & Practice University of Pennsylvania

Chao Guo, Ph.D.


 Millesen, J. (2002). Who “owns” your nonprofit? The Nonprofit Quarterly.

 Renz, D. O. (2007). Exploring the puzzle of board design: What's your type? The Nonprofit Quarterly.

 Renz, D.O. (2006). Reframing governance. The Nonprofit Quarterly.

 Gilmore, T. (2012). The importance of linking leadership succession, strategy, and governance

 McCambridge, R. (2016). Codifying governance lessons learned the hard way: Sweet Briar College’s new by-laws.

 Finney, C. (2008). Mission haiku: The poetry of mission statements. The Nonprofit Quarterly.

 Joyaux, S. (2015). Values in your organization and what they have to do with raising money.

 Topakian, K. (2013). Marrying mission with strategic planning & evaluation.

 Zimmerman, S. and J. Bell (2014). The matrix map: A powerful tool for mission-focused nonprofits.

 Joyaux, S. (2014). Measuring fundraising performance vs. fundraiser performance.

 Bell, J. (2011). Beyond financial oversight: Expanding the board’s role in the pursuit of sustainability.

 Polanco, H.H. and S. Walker (2016). Models and components of a great nonprofit dashboard.

 Hager, M. and E. Searing (2014). 10 ways to kill your nonprofit.

 Mini Case Studies from “Births and Deaths in the Nonprofit Sector.”

 Smith, S.R. (2009). Government and nonprofits: Turning points, challenges, and opportunities.

 Pratt, J. (2016). Battlefield history and status: First Amendment tensions between nonprofits and governments.

 Mayer, L.H. (2016). The rising of the states in nonprofit oversight.

 Cohen, R. (2014). Nonprofit health co-ops: Designed to compete for the public good.

 Frumkin, P. and S. Sosa (2014). Competitive positioning: Why knowing your competition is essential to social impact success.

 Lombardo, M. (2014). Are we “Walmartizing” the social sector?

 Guo, C., & Saxton, G.D. (2014). Attention philanthropy: The good, the bad, and the strategy.

 About the Authors

 About the Authors – Case Studies