Our first publication is “Making a Difference: The Management and Governance of Non-Profit Enterprises,” written by Howard Berman, Chairman of The Center for Community Engagement at St. John Fisher College, and retired CEO of Excellus BlueCross BlueShield.
“Nonprofit enterprises are extraordinary organizations, accomplishing both what business will not do and what society does not want government to do,” Berman says. “They are organizations created for purposes other than profits. To manage these enterprises well is a challenge worthy of society’s best and brightest leaders.”
Making a Difference provides a working guidebook to both students and nonprofit leaders, to successfully manage and govern nonprofit enterprises. It is written as a text for students in nonprofit management certificate or degree programs and is also a practical resource guide for management and board leaders who must direct their organizations in today’s environment. Berman’s book includes 140 pages of appendices that show the reader how to manage meetings, hire staff, fundraise – and those documents are available to anyone who owns a copy of the book by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Making a Difference has been written to help those who have the opportunity to lead and govern nonprofit enterprises—both today and in the future—to make a difference.”