Duration: 8 weeks
This course examines the importance of human resources for nonprofit organizations, along with the roles of public and nonprofit personnel executives, personnel functions, and the application of problem-solving techniques. An exploration of the development and evolution of the civil service system and relevant personnel laws and regulations is also covered. Students will compare and contrast strategies for managing nonprofit employees and volunteers. The class will also create an opportunity for students to apply conceptual materials to practical examples and grapple with real issues facing public and nonprofit managers.
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of PSMA 6012, you will have the skills to:
- Apply advanced techniques for managing nonprofit employees and volunteers.
- Identify and address issues surrounding the civil service system.
- Utilize effective problem-solving techniques to increase the success of nonprofit organizations.
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