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Going Global for the Greater Good: Succeeding as a Nonprofit in the International Community

Going Global for the Greater Good: Succeeding as a Nonprofit in the International Community

Bonnie Koenig

ISBN: 978-0-787-96676-8 March 2004 Jossey-Bass 176 Pages

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Going Global for the Greater Good offers a unique look at the way  nonprofits—of any size—can increase their impact and better achieve their missions by engaging in the international community. Nonprofits that see themselves as part of a global community can provide a broader reach for programs, enhance the diversity of their organizations, raise their organizations’ profiles, and benefit from the ideas and experience of the global nonprofit community. But few organizations know how to take their place at the international table, and many smaller organizations don’t know whether it is realistic for them to try. This practical, user-friendly guide helps locally based organizations find connections in the ever-expanding global arena of ideas.

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Preface.

Acknowledgments.

About the Author.

Part One: Why Become More International? How Your Organization Can Benefit.

1. Finding Your Organization’s Place in an Increasingly Global World.

2. Expanding Your Global Outreach by Developing a Global Mind-Set.

3. Integrating Global Perspectives into Strategic Planning.

Part Two: The Initial Stages of International Program Development.

4. Using Your Annual Conference and Meetings as an International Gateway.

5. Networking to Discover What Other Organizations Are Out There.

6. Entering the More Formal World of Strategic Alliances and Partnerships.

7. Considering Other Possible International Program Ideas.

Part Three: International Operational Issues.

8. Bringing International Members into Your Decision-Making Groups.

9. Expanding Your International Reach Through Your Membership.

10. Communicating Your Messages Effectively.

11. Planning for Technical and Logistical Issues.

Part Four: Learning from International Models.

12. Lessons to Be Learned from the Global Organization.

13. Comparative Examples from Other Countries.

14. Looking Forward.

Notes.

Glossary.

Bibliography.

Index.

""I found the book to be an excellent primer for a nonprofit thinking about entering or deepening its international engagement."" (Charity Channel, 4/14/2004)