2 edition of NGOs and Organizational Change found in the catalog.
NGOs and Organizational Change
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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“What are the impacts of Non-Governmental Organizations on the lives of the citizens in Tanzania?” Because of the wide scope of the assignment, focused research was conducted in three areas: Microcredit, Education and Healthcare. These areas were examined because they are critical for the development of anyAuthor: Razeen Jivani. for successful organizational development of a NGO/NPO. These are all presented on experiences of GONG - a Croatian NGO that succeeded in turning from a citizens' initia-tive into an organization that is well respected both in Croatia and abroad. This Toolkit was designed to be used as a guide for NGO representatives who already run NGOs but.
This book brings together essential tools and insight for managing change for any ambitious international NGO.”—Gib Bulloch, Accenture Development Partnerships “This new book goes deep into the thorny challenges and opportunities that the NGO sector grapples with as demands grow and resource allocation choices become tighter. Book Review: Alnoor Ebrahim, NGOs and Organizational Change: Discourse, Reporting, and Learning, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, David C. Hammack 1 Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations vol pages – () Cite this articleAuthor: David C. Hammack.
Organizational Culture Assessment in a Non-Profit Organization. By Arief Kartolo, Carolyn Rauti and Catherine Kwantes. Whether it’s providing emergency shelter or hot meals for an individual or family or raising funds to further the mission of a larger group, non-profit organizations provide a message of hope and caring to multitudes of those . INTRODUCTION TO NON – GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT _____ THE MEANING AND DEFINITION OF NGO A NGO is an organization consisting of private individuals who believe in certain basic social principles/ obligations and who structure their activities to bring about development to communities that they are Size: KB.
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NGOs and Organizational Change contains valuable and sometimes disturbing insights into the real life of Southern NGOs - for managers, students and supporters alike." Ian Smillie, Co-author, with John Hailey, NGOs and Organizational Change book for Change: Leadership, Strategy & Management in Asian NGOsAuthor: Ebrahim.
NGOs and Organizational Change contains valuable and sometimes disturbing insights into the real life of Southern NGOs - for managers, students and supporters alike.’ Ian Smillie - co-author of Managing for Change: Leadership, Strategy & Management in Asian NGOsAuthor: Alnoor Ebrahim.
Alnoor Ebrahim's study analyses the organizational evolution of the NGOs as a result of their increased profile as bilateral partners in delivering aid. The book combines original case studies and.
Book Review: NGOs and Organizational Change: Discourse, Reporting, and Learning Article (PDF Available) in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 34(3) Author: Nidhi Srinivas. –snip– In his new book, “NGO’s and Organizational Change: Discourse, Reporting and Learning” (Cambridge University Press, ), Mr.
Ebrahim tells the story of the Aga Khan Rural Development Program in India, which was forced by international pressure to track 89 different statistics, like births and deaths, farm yields and school graduations, in the. The book starts by giving us an overview of the context in which these organisations operate, the debate on management in NGOs and the various understandings of the concept of ‘NGOs’.
Part II takes us through various debates on the theory of NGO management. The final part of the book zooms in on the practice of NGO by: This book examines the relationship between the.
governance of international development and the organizational change process of. NGOs, focusing on the networks of which NGOs Author: Gaby Ramia. 'Alnoor Ebrahim also examines two Indian NGOs, but his imaginative monograph NGOs and Organizational Change: Discourse, Reporting, and Learning focuses more on the interaction between internal management and the international networks of donors.
He shows that the traditional view of NGOs depending on donor monies should be revised Author: Alnoor Ebrahim. The term, "non-governmental organization" or NGO, came into use in because of the need for the UN to differentiate in its Charter between participation rights for intergovernmental specialized agencies and those for international private organizations.
At the UN, virtually all types of private bodies can be recognized as Size: 43KB. NGOsandOrganizationalChange Discourse,Reporting,andLearning Theorganizationaldynamicsofnon-governmentalorganizations(NGOs)have debt to the staff and leadership of the organizations detailed in this book: NGOs and Organizational Change: Discourse, Reporting, and Learning Alnoor Ebrahim Frontmatter More information.
NGOs,ForeignDonors,andOrganizationalProcesses KarenRauh 31 Organizational Theory and NGO-donor Processes The Resource Dependence Perspective According to the resource dependence perspective, developed by Pfeﬀer and Salancik (), in order to understand organizations, it is necessary to understand the environ-ments in which they are embedded.
THE NGO HANDBOOK OF VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALS This handbook was created as coursework for the community based learning anthropology and sociology course “Third World Development”, at The American University in Cairo, under the instruction of Pandeli Glavanis, during the Fall semester.
It was created using Plan Egypt as our focus. book then moves on to describe the ways in which NGOs are increasingly important in relation to ideas and debates about ‘civil society’, globalization and the changing ideas and practices of international aid.
The book argues that NGOs are now central to development theory and practice and are likely to remain important actors inFile Size: 2MB. and core elements of an organization and discusses governance and leadership in NGOs from the perspective of improving their existing structures and practices in order to develop organizational effectiveness.
Module Two: Resource Mobilization This is a four-day module for local NGOs leaders (board chairperson and members,File Size: KB. About this book. Drawing on extensive management consulting experiences from US and international NGOs, this book offers realistic approaches to strategic management, cultural change in organizations, and redesign of organizational structures.
NGO Management and Organizational Development Organizational Policies & Systems for NGOs From developing systems and policies for your organization to managing your staff and building strategies for long-term sustainability of services, here are some helpful resources with samples [ more ].
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Alnoor Ebrahim's study analyses the organizational evolution of NGOs, tracing their increased profile as bilateral partners in delivering aid. Combining original case studies and research with an extensive review of literature from organizational and development studies, Ebrahim advances our understanding of management and organizational change in the non-profit sector.
LIST OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS WITH THEIR PRESENT STATUS 2 [email protected] 16 NPC/NGO-IC/S16/1 Stelben Foundation on VVF/STIs 5/12/08 Health Abuja No documents 2 Obetta Close, Opp. Marglo, Mpape, Abuja 17 NPC/NGO-IC/S/1 Pathfinder International 5/2/09 Health Lagos, Kaduna Abuja No CTC of ConstitutionFile Size: KB.
B.A. in NGOs and Social Change UN photos by John Issac and Yutaka Nagata. This interdisciplinary program focuses on the roots of social conflict, on theories and methods for understanding them, and on the non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Organizations today must become more innovative and agile to succeed.
By nature, innovation and agility result in constant, ongoing organizational change and managing that change well is part of realizing business results. Managing Change in Organizations: A Practice Guide (Project Management Institute) further informs the standard practice of portfolio, program, and project .organization emphasizes interpersonal relations as a determinant of conduct and performance.
Some of the features of this type of organizational structure include: All diagrams taken from Kelleher, D., McLaren, K., and Bisson, R. Grabbing the Tiger by the Tail: NGO’s Learning for Organizational Change. Canadian Council for International Co.profit organization) and NGO are used nearly synonymously in the United States, although that is not always the case elsewhere in the world, and this book makes a distinction between them (see Box 1–1).
This book adopts the UN definition of NGOs: “Any international organization which is not established by inter-governmental agreement.