Mission-Critical Network Planning I wrote this book in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks that took place on September
11, 2001. Until then, I was planning to write this book at a much later time. But
the events of that day compelled me to immediately begin this work. As we have
seen, those events have had far-reaching repercussions in the information...
Governance as Leadership: Reframing the Work of Nonprofit Boards Turn back the clock to 1986. One of the authors had an audience with a then education editor of the New York Times as part of a larger effort to kindle media interest in a study this researcher had just launched on college boards of trustees. Less than five minutes into the presentation, the editor interrupted to proclaim,“Governance is a... Nonprofit Bookkeeping & Accounting For Dummies (Wiley Finance) Counting the money in your wallet or purse is an act of accounting. If you ever make a note of how much you have, you’re even performing a bookkeeping function. You count things all the time in everyday life without thinking twice about accounting. For example, you count the plates before setting the table at home. You count the number of...
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