The Idealist Guide To Nonprofit Careers For Sector Switchers

Autor: Steven Joiner
Publisher: Hundreds of Heads Books, LLC
ISBN: 1933512253
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The Idealist Guide to Nonprofit Careers for Sector Switchers is the comprehensive resource for transitioning professionals pursuing new career options in the nonprofit sector. Get indispensable advice, relevant strategies, and nonprofit-specific resources to strengthen your job search. Written by nonprofit career experts, The Idealist Guide is easily accessible and convenient to read. If you are a ?mid-career transitioner, OCO a ?re-careerer, OCO an ?encore careerist, OCO a ?bridger, OCO or a ?sector switcherOCO this book is meant for you. Topics Include: ? Why Nonprofit? ? Myths and Facts About Nonprofits ? Nonprofit Hiring Practices ? The Challenge of Sector Switching ? Self and Career Assessment ? Networking Strategies ? Evaluating Organizational Culture ? Negotiating the Best Deal ? Starting Your Own Nonprofit ? Nonprofit Speak 101 Written by the staff of with guest sections by other nonprofit experts. is the leading organization in the field of nonprofit careers. runs the website where people and organizations can exchange resources and ideas, locate opportunities and supporters, and take steps to turn their good intentions into action. "

From Making A Profit To Making A Difference

Autor: Richard M. King
Publisher: Planning Communications
ISBN: 9781884587177
File Size: 75,41 MB
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Richard King guides you step-by-step through the tricky transition from the profit-oriented world of business to a highly rewarding career in nonprofits.

Managing Technology To Meet Your Mission

Autor: Holly Ross
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470442859
File Size: 23,58 MB
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Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission is a practical resource that will help nonprofit professionals make smart, strategic decisions about technology. The book shows how to effectively manage technology and offers practical advice for decision makers and staff alike who often have little or no experience with technology. With contributions from the top experts in the nonprofit technology field, this must-have guide addresses technology planning and people. It includes the tools you need to get the work done, and the knowledge that will help you communicate better, evaluate technology investments, raise money, and more. Written in nontechnical language the book covers a broad spectrum of topics including: Achieving IT Alignment with Your Mission Steve Heye, YMCA of the USA Managing Technology Change Dahna Goldstein, PhilanTech Measuring the Return on Investment of Technology Beth Kanter, trainer, blogger and consultant IT Planning and Prioritizing Peter Campbell, Earthjustice Finding and Keeping the Right PeopleJames L. Weinberg and Cassie Scarano, Commongood Careers Budgeting For and Funding Technology Scott McCallum and Keith R. Thode, Aidmatrix Foundation Introduction to IT and Systems Kevin Lo and Willow Cook, TechSoup Global Where Are Your Stakeholders, and What Are They Doing Online? Michael Cervino, Beaconfire Consulting Effective Online CommunicationsJohn Kenyon, nonprofit technology strategist Effective Online Fundraising Madeline Stanionis, Watershed The Future if IT in NonprofitsEdward Granger-Happ, Save the Children Praise for Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission "This invaluable guide for nonprofit leaders proves that nonprofit organizations can and should embrace technology, rather than being scared of or intimidated by it!" —Kristie Ferketich, senior strategist, Google Grants, Google Inc. "NTEN's Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission can help leaders craft a technology strategy that makes sense and builds ROI while also providing inspiration for their staff and supporters!" —Jonathon D. Colman, associate director and web evangelista, digital marketing, The Nature Conservancy "This book shows what NTEN does best: Bring together a wide range of voices to provide practical technology strategies and know-how to help nonprofits more efficiently and effectively move their own missions forward." —Marnie Webb, TechSoup Global

Cinema And Television In Singapore

Autor: Kenneth Paul Tan
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004166432
File Size: 42,12 MB
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Through close readings of contemporary made-in-Singapore films (by Jack Neo, Eric Khoo, and Royston Tan) and television programs (Singapore Idol, sitcoms, and dramas), this book explores the possibilities and limitations of resistance within an advanced capitalist-industrial society whose authoritarian government skillfully negotiates the risks and opportunities of balancing its on-going nation-building project and its a oeglobal citya aspirations. This book adopts a framework inspired by Antonio Gramsci that identifies ideological struggles in art and popular culture, but maintains the importance of Herbert Marcusea (TM)s one-dimensional society analysis as theoretical limits to recognize the power of authoritarian capitalism to subsume works of art and popular culture even as they attempt consciouslya "even at times successfullya "to negate and oppose dominant hegemonic formations.

Apple Confidential 2 0

Autor: Owen W. Linzmayer
Publisher: No Starch Press
ISBN: 1593270100
File Size: 21,56 MB
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Chronicles the best and the worst of Apple Computer's remarkable story.

Sociological Perspectives On Labor Markets

Autor: B. Furåker
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230502466
File Size: 74,60 MB
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This book presents conceptual tools and theoretical perspectives that can be used to sociologically analyze labour markets in modern capitalist societies. It makes use of the rich heritage of sociological thinking and draws on the classical work of Marx, Weber and Durkheim as well as structural-functionalist contributions. Contemporary sociological thinking is criticized for its tendency to exaggerate change in labour markets while the need to consider continuity is emphasized. Conceptual tools and perspectives are applied based on concrete phenomena, as the author combines abstract theoretical reasoning with theoretically founded reflections on actual labour market developments.

Subject To Change

Autor: Deirdre Boyle
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195043340
File Size: 27,28 MB
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This is a history of "guerilla television", a form of TV which was part of an alternative media tide sweeping the United States in the 1960s. Inspired by the fracturing issues of the decade and the theories and writings of various exponents, guerilla television put forth "utopian" programming.