CALL FOR CASE STUDIES: NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONAL RESILIENCE
Seeking original case studies of nonprofit organizations that have been challenged by crises, devised strategies to successfully navigate those crises, or have failed to do so, for a book to be published by Edward Elgar in 2024.
The National Center on Nonprofit Enterprise serves as a knowledge center that brings the expertise of leading researchers and practitioners to the resource-related decisions of nonprofit organizations.
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leading scholars, and resources for advancing the missions of nonprofit organizations and social
The National Center on Nonprofit Enterprise (NCNE) brings ideas from economics and strategic management to the specific application of issues faced by social purpose organizations across the board, especially not-for-profit organizations. Since 1998, NCNE has produced several important books, convened three major conferences, and provided general consultation and training programs in partnership with a number of university nonprofit centers and national organizations including the Foundation Center, Georgetown University, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
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