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This is a course intended to give students a broad overview of the management challenges of the non-profit sector. It is not a detailed management course but rather is aimed at students who will likely relate to non-profits in a variety of ways (on the boards, as volunteers, as fund-raisers, and occasionally as staff).

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Managing and Volunteering In the Non-Profit Sector
As taught in: Spring 2005
Course Description
This is a course intended to give students a broad overview of the management challenges of the non-profit sector. It is not a detailed management course but rather is aimed at students who will likely relate to non-profits in a variety of ways (on the boards, as volunteers, as fund-raisers, and occasionally as staff).
http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/sloan-school-of-management/15-967-managing-and-vol…
Lecture Notes
The following is a collection of lecture notes related to the cases studied in each session, prepared by Paul Osterman.

SES # TOPICS LECTURE NOTES
1
Introduction
Case: Habitat for Humanity International
Introduction, Overview of Non-Profits (PDF)
2
Strategy/Growth
Case: STRIVE
STRIVE (PDF), Teaching Notes (PDF)
Guest: Ned Rimer, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Citizen Schools
3
Managing The Workforce
Case: Shepard Quraeshi Associates (A)
Non-profit HR Issues (PDF), Teaching Notes (PDF)
4
Governance
Case: The NAACP
NAACP (PDF), Teaching Notes (PDF)
Guest: William Pounds, Professor, MIT; Board of Directors, MFA
5
Evaluation
Case: The Harlem Children’s Zone: Driving Performance with Measurement and Evaluation
Evaluation (PDF), Teaching Notes (PDF)
6
Funding, Marketing
Case: Amnesty International
Amnesty International Teaching Notes (PDF)
Guest: Lance Ozier, Vice President Finance and Administration & Vice President for National Program Marketing & Board Affairs, WGBH
7
Organizational Change
Case: The Roman Catholic Diocese of San Jose
The Diocese (PDF), Teaching Notes (PDF)
Guest: Paul Levy, President and CEO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
8
Universities
Case: Trinity College (A)
Trinity Teaching Notes (PDF)
Guest: Lawrence Bacow, President, Tufts University
9
Foundations
Case: EMCF (Edna McConnell Clark Foundation): A New Approach at an Old Foundation
EMCF Teaching Notes (PDF)
Guest: Paul Grogan, President and CEO, The Boston Foundation
10
Consulting For The Non-Profit Sector
Case: The Bridgespan Group
Guest: George Chu, The Bridgespan Group

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