Transformational Leadership and Not for Profits and Social Enterprises Hardback
Edited by Kenneth (Professor of Public Administration at the University of Queensland Business Scho Wiltshire, Aastha Malhotra, Micheal (University of Queensland Business School, Australia) Axelsen
Recent decades have seen a significant transformation of the not-for-profit (NFP) sector.
This includes rise in the number of organisations and people employed, shift from charities and philanthropic agencies to hybrid social enterprise business models, competing stakeholder interests and increasing expectations regarding accountability and transparency.
The role of NFPs has also become more complex - they not only serve the disadvantaged and fulfil social needs but also actively advocate for and implement public policies and promote social and economic inclusion. The growth and complexity has brought with it a need for innovative and entrepreneurial approaches to leadership that stems from an in-depth understanding of the changing nonprofit landscape.
Addressing this need, for Not for Profits and Social Enterprises will help readers navigate extant challenges by drawing on conceptual literature, both theoretical and empirical and emphasising practical real world experience through case studies and vignettesThe key aim of this book is to help existing and future NFP leaders at all organisational levels to support their organisations and employees and in turn clients and communities, through theoretical insights and practical approaches by focusing on transformational leadership aspects for contemporary Not for Profits. for Not for Profits and Social Enterprises is key reading for researchers, academics and policy makers in the areas of Non-profit Management, Leadership, Public Sector Management and Charity Management as well as related disciplines such as Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 332 pages, 15 Tables, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 06/04/2018
- Category: Entrepreneurship
- ISBN: 9781138204829