Teaching Nonprofit Management
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Teaching Nonprofit Management

Edited by Karabi C. Bezboruah and Heather L. Carpenter

This peer-reviewed edited volume provides strategies and practices for teaching nonprofit management theories and concepts in the context of the undergraduate, graduate, and online classroom environments.
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Chapter 11: Social innovation, entrepreneurship and enterprise: what nonprofit students need to know

Stuart C. Mendel

Abstract

A central view for understanding the performance, efficacy and financing for a nonprofit organization is its engagement of social innovation, entrepreneurism and enterprise. Recognized in sections 7.5 and 7.6 of the undergraduate and section 12.8 of the graduate Nonprofit Academic Centers Council Curricular Guidelines as core knowledge in nonprofit education, students aspiring to executive leadership are wise to distinguish these concepts as essential for setting the conditions for meaningful institution performance, demonstrable impact and mission fulfillment.

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