What are the positive and negative implications of the conventional demands on nonprofit organizations for accountability and transparency, which are imposed by a variety of institutions and individuals with their own expectations and standards? Provide specific examples as needed.
Please feel free to draw on your own experiences working in or with or otherwise engaging with nonprofit organizations. I encourage you to include links to readings and materials you think are especially useful or relevant.
Between Friday and Sunday at 11:59 pm Eastern Time, please respond to at last one, but preferably two classmates’ posts.
Please engage authentically, constructively, and respectfully. Your comments should be thoughtful and meaningful, not just affirmations like “Great job on this post.” Try to make connections to your own response to this module’s content, your lived experience, themes you are seeing in the discussion, etc.
Nonprofit Management, Principles and Practice: Chapter 6 (read up to and including the section on Transparency).
This brief reading in the textbook describes various mechanisms of nonprofit accountability.
Anheier, Helmut K. Governance, Accountability, and Transparency, Chapter 15 in Nonprofit Organizations: Theory, Management, Policy
Please read Chapter 15 in this book, available through University Libraries, where you will learn about the relationship that various stakeholders have to the functions of governance and accountability. (Note This ebook has limited users, so please download chapter and close out after use)
The Slate 90 (链接到外部网站。)
Familiarize yourself with the Slate 90 project, which examine conventional metrics of success and social purpose among the most highly endowed nonprofit organizations in the U.S.
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