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THOUGHTFUL FUNDRAISING, MORDAUNT: Concepts, Issues and Perspectives

Jill Mourdaunt, Rob Paton - Business & Economics - 2013 - 240 pages
Comprehensive and edited by leading names, this book takes a critical and discursive approach to the various forms and contexts of fundraising. Fundraising is a maturing ...
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Handbook of Corporate University Development: Managing Strategic Learning ...

Rob Paton - Business & Economics - 2005 - 285 pages
Annotation It is time for the Corporate University to demonstrate how business rigor, handled deftly and with strong and perceptive leadership, can revolutionize learning both ...
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Market Research in Health and Social Care

Mike Luck, Rob Pocock, Mike Tricker - Business & Economics - 2003 - 328 pages
The shift to managed markets has meant that whilst planners and purchasers of health and social services seek information on needs, managers who provide these services seek ...
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Management of Regeneration: Choices, Challenges and Dilemmas

John Diamond, Joyce Liddle - Business & Economics - 2005 - 220 pages
Stemming from a need to understand strategic processes, examine current practices, and identify the needs of regeneration management professionals, this book cites current ...
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Strategic Management for Voluntary Nonprofit Organizations

Roger Courtney - Business & Economics - 2002 - 324 pages
The voluntary nonprofit sector is now involved in all aspects of people's lives. The management of such organizations has never been of more interest than it is now, and the ...
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Providing quality in the public sector: a practical approach to improving ...

Lucy Gaster, Amanda J. Squires - Political Science - 2003 - 292 pages
This book argues that if public services are to be ’reformed’ or ‘improved’, achieving the best possible quality of service is essential. It starts from the premise that ...
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