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PSMA 7312 Leadership and Management in Non-Profit Organizations


PSMA 7311

Format: Online
Duration: 8 weeks

Explore various areas of responsibility held by those in nonprofit leadership and management roles, with particular emphasis on the relationship and interaction between the chief executive and the board of directors. This course is intended as a follow-up to and extension of PSMA 7311.


Course Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of PSMA 7312, you will have the skills to:

  • Identify and discuss common nonprofit leadership and management issues.
  • Identify and discuss potential outcomes and consequences from various courses of action offered in response to nonprofit leadership and management problems.
  • Apply critical perspectives particularly necessary in community efforts to create social change.
  • Identify and discuss the impact of current (and potential) changes in the broader political economy on the nonprofit sector in general and nonprofit organizations in particular.

Assignment Spotlight

Communication with Nonprofit Organization

The project team will act as consultants to the selected nonprofit organization. All communication and contact with the nonprofit should be conducted professionally. All telephone contacts, when appropriate, should be followed up with a written correspondence confirming the content of the conversation. This would include requests for data or information and scheduling of meetings.

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