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How To Avoid The Pitfalls Of Nonprofit Hell Paperback – July 5, 2012
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"Keating's book is part handbook, part workbook, part case manual and part business diary stemming from the author's combined 50-year history of providing information technology, policy, and management consulting. It is a highly business savvy narrative that takes you inside the boardrooms of so many nonprofit entities. You're bound to recognize a few versions of your own experience between the lines." - Seattle 24x7.com
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While this book didn't quench my thirst it did wet my whistle. I ended up with two copies and have ensured my extra went to a friend on the local school board.
I found this book to be a quick and easy read. It can certainly bring the novice board member up to a new level of understanding. Yet its brilliance is that it also serves as a terrific reminder for the seasoned board professional to know that there really are ways to avoid pitfalls.
Wholeheartedly endorsed by this reader!
Keating delivers a transparent view of the inner workings of the world
of nonprofits. Her wisdom and long experience, navigating the perils
of nonprofit politics, shine through in this candid discourse of how
to fail, but more importantly how to succeed as a not-for-profit