Books in Business & Economics

Paducah, Kentucky

Paducah, KentuckyA Center of Culture & Commerce

Bruce Gardner

This large, full-color, hardbound book commemorates the 65th Anniversary of the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce. This beautiful hardbound book is a colorful snapshot of both historical and present...

Remember the Magic...

Remember the Magic...The Story of Horizon Air

Bill Endicott

Remember the Magic is the inspiring story of the birth of Horizon Air and how it became one of the top regional airlines in the United States under the leadership of Milt Kuolt, one of the great...

Allison Engines: The People and the Power

Allison Engines: The People and the PowerA Pictorial History

Joan Everling Zigmunt

A Commemorative Edition Pictorial History, written by Joan Zigmunt, tells of how the Allison Engine Company revolutionized the aircraft engine business

Boomer Volunteer Engagement

Boomer Volunteer Engagement

Turner Publishing

Boomer Volunteer Engagement: Collaborate Today, Thrive Tomorrow is everything nonprofits need to engage skilled Boomer volunteers. This innovative book provides a step-by-step guide for engaging...

War Front to Store Front

War Front to Store FrontAmericans Rebuilding Trust and Hope in Nations Under Fire

Paul Brinkley

As the top-ranking official at the U.S. Department of Defense in charge of economic rebuilding, Brinkley and his organization of hundreds of business volunteers struggled against bureaucratic policies...

Seven Turning Points

Seven Turning PointsLeading Through Pivotal Transitions in Organizational Life

Susan Gross

As nonprofit organizations mature and grow, their staffs and programs expand, their operations and dynamics become more complex, and the climate they operate in changes and presents new challenges. If...

Crossing Borders, Sharing Journeys

Crossing Borders, Sharing JourneysEffective Capacity Building with Immigrant and Refugee Groups

Sarah Gleason

A growing number of nonprofit organizations have been created by immigrants and refugees to serve their communities in North America. These immigrant- and refugee-led organizations (IRLOs) work to...

Managing Executive Transitions

Managing Executive TransitionsA Guide for Nonprofits

Tim Wolfred

The Essential Guide for Managing Leadership Turnovers A leadership transition can be a time of high vulnerability for a nonprofit organization. On the other hand, an executive turnover offers unique...

Generations: The Challenge of a Lifetime

Generations: The Challenge of a LifetimeThe Challenge of a Lifetime for Your Nonprofit

Peter C. Brinckerhoff

The Clock Is Ticking . . . Is Your Nonprofit Ready? Boomers are leaving the workforce—soon. Do you have a plan to replace them? How do you relate to GenX and Gen@ employees, volunteers, and donors?...

Funder's Guide to Organizational Assessment

Funder's Guide to Organizational AssessmentTools, Processes, and Their Use in Building Capacity

Many Contributors

Spark breakthrough capacity An organizational assessment has the potential to launch a nonprofit down new paths that inspire more productivity and better mission delivery. In this new book, funders,...

Information Gold Mine

Information Gold MineInnovative Uses of Evaluation

Paul W. Mattessich

Don't Shelve that Evaluation! Use the Findings More Creatively and Effectively Traditional use of evaluation—for improving service quality—is well known. But are you using the data to full...

Power in Policy

Power in PolicyA Funder's Guide to Advocacy and Civic Participation

David Arons

Why should funders try to shape public policy? Simply put, because public policy has impact on mission. And, it’s the only way to affect the laws that determine how people will be treated, what...

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