In order to make sure that a not-for-profit is able to best complete its mission, a manager of the organization must determine how to allocate the resources it has today, and ensure the financial future of the organization by managing the funds to work for them in the long-term. This second volume of the widely-respected Mission-Based Management(r) Series outlines a not-for-profit organization's plan for financial success. It highlights the eight characteristics of financial empowerment, and provides the skills and concepts that a nonprofit organization and its managers will need to survive, including estimating cash needs, treating funders like valued customers, developing money-making businesses, determining the financial options that are available, and implementing an empowered budget process.
Other titles in the Mission-Based Management(r) Series
Mission-Based Management: Leading Your Not-for-Profit into the 21st Century
Named "Best New Nonprofit Management Book" by the Nonprofit Management Association. The Association said, "The Nonprofit Management Association is pleased to spotlight the extraordinary work of Peter Brinckerhoff in his newest publication, Mission-Based Management: Leading Your Not-for-Profit Into the 21st Century." The book was cited by the Nonprofit Management Association as "a great overall manager's and board member's guide to non-profits—quite laudable in that it's eminently readable and downright enjoyable."
Mission-Based Marketing: How Your Not-for-Profit Can Succeed in a More Competitive World
A direct, practical guide that shows how you can lead your not-for-profit to success in a more competitive world. The book provides the knowledge and skills to build a market-driven organization that holds onto its core values, does more mission better, and successfully competes for funding, clients, referral sources, staff, and board members.
In this direct, practical guide, Peter Brinckerhoff shows how you can have more money to do more mission. You will learn:
In the book you will learn the eight characteristics of financial empowerment and then explore each one in depth. Peter gives you ideas and techniques you can begin to use tomorrow. The book shows you:
Peter is the author of two award-winning books, Mission-Based Management and Financial Empowerment, both published by Wiley. His newest book, Mission-Based Marketing, was released in September 1997. Peter's books are used as the core texts in over 50 graduate and undergraduate university programs in nonprofit management. Peter's articles have been published in Advancing Philanthropy, NonProfit World, Strategic Governance, The Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, Communications, and The Grantsmanship Center News.
Peter received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his Master's of Public Health Administration from Tulane. He is a former VISTA Volunteer, and has served as a staff member, Executive Director, board member, and volunteer for numerous local, state, and national not-for-profits. Peter lives in Springfield, Illinois with his wife Chris and their three children, Ben, Adam, and Caitlin.
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Once a nonprofit is established and money has been raised to fulfill a philanthropic mission, the management of the organization must then plan financially for the future. This book in the Mission-Based Management Series outlines a proven plan for financial success. It is packed with practical strategies for helping an organization get more funds from current sources, find and develop new funding sources, keep more of what they've made, and more.From the Inside Flap:
Financial Empowerment More Money for More Mission By Peter C. Brinckerhoff In this direct, practical guide, Peter Brinckerhoff shows how you can have more money to do more mission. You will learn:
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Book Description Wiley, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110471296929