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Nonprofit Lifecycles: Stage-Based Wisdom for Nonprofit Capacity

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Winner of the 2002 Terry McAdam Book Award for best new nonprofit book release in the past year.

NONPROFIT LIFECYCLES: Stage-based Wisdom for Nonprofit Capacity weighs in with a developmental perspective on nonprofit capacity and its relationship to increased organizational performance. Offering practical insights and thought-provoking case illustrations, this book present

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Paperback, 140 pages
Published May 1st 2002 by Stagewise Enterprises Inc
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Gina
Oct 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is an invaluable guide to working in the nonprofit sector, giving profiles of the advantages and challenges of nonprofits in various stages of their operation. Susan Kenny Stevens will also work with organizations on their lifecycle issues.
Sheldon
Apr 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
Easy to read and worth the time for those interested in organizational life cycles. Though not in the depth as some others, such as Adizes, this particular book provides some perspective on the difference that being a nonprofit produces.

For those working in nonprofit organizations that are experiencing capacity problems, this book should be of help.
David Grant
This was the "Bible" for our grantees at the Dodge foundation. Once you understand life cycles, you stop worrying about the inevitable problems and challenges social profit organizations face and become a diagnostician and problem solver.
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