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Business

Acquire Negotiating Skills
by Charles D. Solloway, Jr.
(ISBN 978-1-934048-16-0)

This book presents time-tested negotiation concepts clearly and simply. The solid, useful content can be read and absorbed in a relatively short period of time. It is the author's hope that the information imparted in his book will assist in leading the reader to a successful, productive career.

 


 

Enlightened NonProfit Management - The 8Fold Path from Transactional to Transformative Leadership
by Joseph A. D'Ambrosio
(ISBN
978-1-934048-21-4)

This book provides a "Path" for new as well as proven leaders to move their respective Agency's from a one-dimensional Transactional Performance level. Instituting real Transformative Change!

The book is a must read for all Non-Profit Administrators, Non-Profit Board Members and the Non-Profit Community as a whole.
 

 

Functional Finance
by Eric M. Chen
(ISBN 978-1-934048-04-7)

This book is a practical, hands-on guide to finance from the perspective of a business manager seeking to make educated business decisions.  Starting from the basic premise that finance can only be fully appreciated with a concurrent understanding of strategy, this text examines information sources, navigates through the Form 10-K, analyzes financial statements, applies ratio analysis, and offers forecasting and valuation methodologies.  In doing so, this text demystifies finance and opens a window into secrets formerly reserved for Wall Street training programs.  The TJX Companies is featured as a running example in order to demonstrate the skills to be practiced throughout this text.


 

 

ESTABLISHING DISASTER AND RECOVERY PLANS FOR YOUR BUSINESS
by Dr. Barbara Hillenbrand

“Establishing Disaster and Recovery Plans for Your Business” uses a 7-step approach for the design and construction of contingency and recovery plans. The book is aimed at helping the reader ensure the continued viability of their business for years to come.  Included are tools, templates and web based planning resources. 
Dr. Hillenbrand hails from the Midwest but moved to New York City, where she earned 2 Master’s Degrees (one in Auditing) and then a Doctorate in Professional studies from Pace University ’s Lubin School of Business.  While earning her Doctorate, Ms. Hillenbrand worked as both an Auditor and Consultant on a number of Business Contingency and Disaster Recovery related projects; including the 9/11 review of a prominent foreign bank with operations based in New York City, including WTC Towers 1 and 2.


 

 

CONTROLLERS HANDBOOK
by Kimberly Wright

The primary purpose of this handbook is to familiarize you with the most significant ways in which being an accountant in a publicly traded electric utility can differ from working for an unregulated business.  Secondarily, this handbook seeks to be a reference source to help you identify where to go to find more information regarding the specific rules and regulations discussed herein.


 

 

 

HOW TO CREATE, MANAGE AND LEAD A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
by Joseph A. D'Ambrosio
(ISBN 978-1-934048-09-2)

D’Ambrosio formulates his Alpha Paradigm as a management tool and applies it to the How to Create, Manage and Lead a Non-Profit Organization structure of a typical nonprofit organization in this practical treatise.  The paradigm acts as a lens through which the reader can focus clearly on the elements and interconnections of the nonprofit.  D’Ambrosio applies the lessons he has learned in his thirty five years of managing nonprofits and lays out a roadmap for the reader to follow, using the Alpha Paradigm as the vehicle by which the reader is transported to a fuller understanding of the essential underpinnings of all successful nonprofits.  This is a must read for those working in nonprofit management and governmental administration, as well as for those just getting in the field.

 

 

 


GUIDE TO ORGANIZING AND SUCCESSFULLY OPERATING A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION
by Robert L. Nordmeyer
(ISBN 0-938609-82-3)

This book provides an in-depth working knowledge and understanding of the inner workings of the nonprofit sector. It reviews the multitude of systems, procedures, formats, requirements and functions within the nonprofit structure. This is essential reading for anyone committed to creating and managing a successful nonprofit entity.

 

 

OWNING AND OPERATING A PATH-TYPE THERAPEUTIC HOME FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION RECOVERY
by Terri O'Connell and Bob Whitman
(ISBN 0-938609-91-2)

The purpose of this manual is twofold: 1) to document the value to the community of encouraging the creation and operation of privately owned therapeutic homes for mental health and addiction recovery and 2) to highlight the exceptional value of self supporting, independently owned therapeutic homes, referred to as PATH-Type homes. Click here to see the Table of Contents and Introduction for this book.

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