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Forces for good : the six practices of high-impact nonprofits /

An updated edition of a groundbreaking book on best practices for nonprofits What makes great nonprofits great? In the original book, authors Crutchfield and McLeod Grant employed a rigorous research methodology derived from for-profit books like Built to Last. They studied 12 nonprofits that have achieved extraordinary levels of impact—from Habitat for Humanity to the Heritage Foundation—and distilled six counterintuitive practices that these organizations use to change the world. Features a new introduction that explores the new context in which nonprofits operate and the consequ

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  • "An updated edition of a groundbreaking book on best practices for nonprofits What makes great nonprofits great? In the original book, authors Crutchfield and McLeod Grant employed a rigorous research methodology derived from for-profit books like Built to Last. They studied 12 nonprofits that have achieved extraordinary levels of impact—from Habitat for Humanity to the Heritage Foundation—and distilled six counterintuitive practices that these organizations use to change the world. Features a new introduction that explores the new context in which nonprofits operate and the consequ"@en
  • "An innovative guide to how great nonprofits achieve extraordinary social impact.What makes great nonprofits great? Authors Crutchfield and McLeod Grant searched for the answer over several years, employing a rigorous research methodology which derived from books on for-profits like Built to Last. They studied 12 nonprofits that have achieved extraordinary levels of impact-from Habitat for Humanity to the Heritage Foundation-and distilled six counterintuitive practices that these organizations use to change the world. This book has lessons for all readers interested in creating significant soci."
  • "An updated edition of a groundbreaking book on best practices for nonprofits What makes great nonprofits great' In the original book, authors Crutchfield and McLeod Grant employed a rigorous research methodology derived from for-profit books like Built to Last. They studied 12 nonprofits that have achieved extraordinary levels of impact'from Habitat for Humanity to the Heritage Foundation'and distilled six counterintuitive practices that these organizations use to change the world.-Features a new introduction that explores the new context in which nonprofits operate and the consequences for these organizations -Includes a new chapter on applying the Six Practices to small, local nonprofits, including some examples of these organizations -Contains an update on the 12 organizations featured in the original book'how they have fared, what they've learned, and where they are now in their growth trajectory This book has lessons for all readers interested in creating significant social change, including nonprofit managers, donors, and volunteers."@en
  • "Newly revised and updated, this valuable resource, profiling 12 nonprofits that have achieved remarkable levels of impact, including Habitat for Humanity and the Heritage Foundation, offers a wealth of information for creating significant social change."
  • "What makes great nonprofits great? This work distills six counterintuitive practices of 12 nonprofits that have achieved extraordinary levels of impact from Habitat for Humanity to the Heritage Foundation. It has lessons for readers interested in creating significant social change, including nonprofit managers, donors and volunteers."@en
  • "This is an innovative guide to how great nonprofits achieve extraordinary social impact. What makes great nonprofits great? Authors Crutchfield and McLeod Grant searched for the answer over several years, employing a rigorous research methodology which derived from books on for profits like "Built to Last". They studied 12 nonprofits that have achieved extraordinary levels of impact from Habitat for Humanity to the Heritage Foundation and distilled six counterintuitive practices that these organizations use to change the world.This book has lessons for all readers interested in creating significant social change, including nonprofit managers, donors and volunteers. Leslie R. Crutchfield (Washington, D.C.) is a managing director of Ashoka and research grantee of the Aspen Institute. Heather McLeod Grant (Palo Alto, CA) is a nonprofit consultant and advisor to Duke University's Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship and the Stanford Center for Social Innovation. Crutchfield and Grant were co founding editors of "Who Cares," a national magazine reaching 50,000 readers in circulation between 1993-2000."

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