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Managing for Change: Leadership, Strategy and Management in Asian NGOs
by:Ian Smillie, John Hailey
An increasing proportion of the world's poor is dependent on NGOs for the support the state cannot or will not provide. Management of development organizations is critical to their success.This major new study, published with the Aga Khan Foundation, Canada, draws lessons from the enormous success of a number of NGOs in Asia, including BRAC and Proshika...
An increasing proportion of the world's poor is dependent on NGOs for the support the state cannot or will not provide. Management of development organizations is critical to their success.This major new study, published with the Aga Khan Foundation, Canada, draws lessons from the enormous success of a number of NGOs in Asia, including BRAC and Proshika in Bangladesh, BAIF and AKRSP in India, and IUCN and Sungi in Pakistan. From the reality on the ground, the authors highlight the key lessons and operational issues facing NGO managers. They analyze how strategy is made, what makes effective NGO leaders, and the management style appropriate to crises and change. They also explore the handling of donor relations, staff motivation and development, and change management.The books dispatches many myths about NGO management and reaches striking conclusions about how they are formed and how they achieve success
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