This accessibly-written and wide-ranging study of the structures, principles and practices of non-profit enterprises, mainly in the Singapore context is by the former Chairman of the National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre. The relevance of philanthropy and the importance of principled planning in contemporary society is discussed. The case material includes a detailed view of Singapore's 2005 National Kidney Foundation scandal. Index.
Doing Good Well: What Does (and Does Not) Make Sense in the Nonprofit World
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons