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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Management
  • Language:English
  • Pages:187
  • eBook ISBN:9781483502403

How The Other Sector Survives

Lessons in Non-Profit Management

by Michael H. Zisser

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Overview
Mixing personal narrative, managerial theories, real-life case studies, classroom lectures, and philosophical musings, Michael Zisser's new How The Other Sector Survives provides a practical and engaging guide to successful management in the non-profit, social service sector. His invaluable expertise comes from nearly 30 years of experience leading the nation's first settlement house, based on Manhattan's Lower East Side, including maneuvering unique mergers and acquisitions with other non-profits. All proceeds will benefit University Settlement Society of New York - serving more than 25,000 individuals and families every year.
Description
Mixing personal narrative, managerial theories, real-life case studies, classroom lectures, and philosophical musings, Michael Zisser's new How The Other Sector Survives provides a practical and engaging guide to successful management in the non-profit, social service sector. His invaluable expertise comes from nearly 30 years of experience leading the nation's first settlement house, based on Manhattan's Lower East Side, including maneuvering unique mergers and acquisitions with other non-profits. All proceeds will benefit University Settlement Society of New York - serving more than 25,000 individuals and families every year.
About the author
Michael H. Zisser, Ph.D., currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of University Settlement and its affiliate, The Door. He held the position of Executive Director of University Settlement from 1988 to 2012, when he then took on the role of CEO. He led the development of the pioneering relationship between The Door and University Settlement in 1999, and is a moving force in New York’s non-profit scene. His current civic affiliations include the President of the Board of Directors for the International Federation of Settlements; Board of Directors for the New York City Human Services Council; Commissioner’s Advisory Group for the New York City Administration for Children’s Services; Member of the New York City Commission for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) Runaway and Homeless Youth; and Public Member of the New York City Community Board 3, Land Use, Zoning and Housing Committee. He formerly served as Chairman and Professor in Pratt Institute’s Department of City and Regional Planning from 1980 to 1988. Michael received his Doctoral degree from University of Pennsylvania.
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