Management in a Changing World: How to Manage for Equity, Sustainability, and Results (Paperback)
Magnify your real-world impact as you lead others in a social change organization
In Management In a Changing World: How to Manage for Equity, Sustainability, and Results renowned social changemakers Jakada Imani, Monna Wong, and Bex Ahuja deliver an effective and practical how-to guide for the equitable management of nonprofit and social change organizations. In the book, you'll learn how to multiply your impact by using the authors' insightful strategies for delegation, goal setting, and team culture-building. You'll also discover how to fairly exercise power in an environment that spans racial, generational, gender, and other identity divides.
Management In a Changing World shows you how to:
- Create work-life balance for your team members in an age when we have virtually unlimited access to our colleagues' attention and time
- Support team members through life's challenges while still meeting the demands your social change organization faces
- Bridge the gap between your intentions and your real-world impact with actionable advice, tools, and resources
An essential resource for rookie and veteran managers, executive directors, and CEOs, Management In a Changing World will also earn a place on the bookshelves of organizers managing teams of volunteers.
About the Author
Jakada Imani is the CEO of The Management Center, a nonprofit capacity-building organization based in Washington, DC. He is a coach and trainer with more than 30 years' experience working in racial, social, and economic justice movements. Monna Wong is the Chief Content Officer at The Management Center. She is a facilitator, organizer, and writer who has led teams in Ohio, Maryland, Maine, and California to build power for LGBTQ and Asian Pacific Islander communities. Bex Ahuja is the Managing Director at Rockwood Leadership Institute. Bex is a seasoned campaign strategist, organizer, trainer, and senior leader with 18 years experience working at the intersection of movement-building, leadership development, and racial and gender justice.