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HUMN 8210 Management and Leadership Development in Human and Social Services: Welcome & Course Readings

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HUMN 8210 Course Readings

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Bryson, J. M., Barbara C., C., & Stone, M. M. (2006). The design and implementation of cross-sector collaborations: Propositions from the literature. Public Administration Review, 44-55. 

Eldenburg, L. G., Gaertner, F. B., & Goodman, T. H. (2015). The influence of ownership and compensation practices on charitable activities. Contemporary Accounting Research, 32(1), 169-192.

Harvard Business Review. (2015). The sorry state of non-profit boards. Harvard Business Review, 93(9), 28. 

Hodge, M. M., & Piccolo, R. F. (2011). Non-profit board effectiveness, private philanthropy, and financial vulnerability. Public Administration Quarterly, 35(4), 520-550. 

Jaskyte, K., & Holland, H. (2015). Nonprofit boards: Challenges and opportunities. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 39(3), 163-166.

Johnson, J. M. (2014). Non-profit board membership: Should you accept the honor? NACD Directorship, 40(5), 8-9. 

Journal of Accountancy. (2013). Not-for-Profit governance. Journal of Accountancy, 216(3), 18. 

Kerz, M., Teufel, J., & Dinman, M. (2013). OASIS: A community-based model for successful aging. Ageing International, 38(2), 122-136.

Kroelinger, C. D. (2012). Collaboration at the federal, state, and local levels to build capacity in maternal and child health: The impact of the Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Program. Journal of Women's Health, 21(5), 471-475. 

Lan, G., & Galaskiewicz, J. (2012). Innovations in public and non-profit sector organizations in China. Management and Organization Review, 8(3), 491-506. 

Lee, T. (2010). The rise of international nongovernmental organizations: A top-down or bottom-up explanation? Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 21(3), 393-416. 

Malatesta, D., & Smith, C. R. (2014). Lessons from resource dependence theory for contemporary public and nonprofit management. Public Administration Review, 74(1), 14-25.

Martin, R. L., & Osberg, S. R. (2015).  Two keys to sustainable social enterprise.  Harvard Business Review, 93(5), 86-94.  

O'Rourke, M. (2013). The challenges of non-profit risk management. Risk Management, (60),18-19. 

Schuller, M. (2009). Gluing globalization: NGOs as intermediaries in Haiti. Polar: Political & Legal Anthropology Review, 32(1), 84-104. 

Shutes, I., & Taylor, R. (2014). Conditionality and the financing of employment services - Implications for the Social Divisions of Work and Welfare. Social Policy & Administration, 48(2), 204-220. 

Stecker, M. J. (2014). Revolutionizing the non-profit sector through social entrepreneurship. Journal Of Economic Issues (M.E. Sharpe Inc.), 48(2), 349-358.

Stevens, R., Moray, N., & Bruneel, J. (2015). The social and economic mission of social enterprises: Dimensions, measurement, validation, and relation.  Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, 39(5), 1051-1082.  

Wellens, L., & Jegers, M. (2013). Effective governance in nonprofit organizations: A literature based multiple stakeholder approach. European Management Journal, 32(2), 223-243.

Williams, A., & Taylor, J. (2013). Resolving accountability ambiguity in non-profit organizations. Voluntas: Journal Of Voluntary & Non-profit Organizations, 24(3), 559-580. 

Yang, A. (2013). Building global strategic alliances in the virtual space: A structural analysis of international non-profit and nongovernmental organizations' transnational relationship networks. Journal Of Public Affairs, 13(3), 239-250. 

Other Readings

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