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Created Date Thursday, 24 June 2010
Modified Date Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Filesize 3.59 Megabytes

Strategic Drivers of Alberta's Nonprofit Sector

Title: Strategic Drivers of Alberta's Nonprofit Sector
Author(s): Scott, Marc-Elie
Subject: Non-profit organizations - general
Publisher: Institute for Nonprofit Studies
Place of Publication: Calgary
Date of Publication: 2010
Abstract: This report examines strategic drivers that influence the future of the nonprofit sector in Alberta. A literature scan and key informant interviews provide experience and expertise for analysis of the importance of various strategic drivers.
Language: English
Material Type: Report

Created Date Tuesday, 18 September 2007
Modified Date Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Filesize 1.95 Megabytes

We Can’t Afford to Do Business This Way: A study of the administrative burden resulting from funder accountability and compliance practices

Title: We Can’t Afford to Do Business This Way: A study of the administrative burden resulting from funder accountability and compliance practices
Author: Eakin, Lynn
Subject: Non-profit organizations - funding sources
Publisher: Wellesley Institute
Place of Publication: Toronto
Date of Publication: 2007
Abstract: Community nonprofit organizations had been raising concerns for quite some time about the growing administrative burden and point to such things as more numerous and complex grant application and reporting processes, and additional compliance requirements. We did not, however, have detailed data about the demands funders are placing on the organizations they fund or information on how organizations are managing. Without this information, we could not understand the nature and dimension of the administrative burden on community nonprofit organizations and how this burden affects their ability to deliver services in their communities that are collaborative, innovative, and responsive. The focus of this study was to address this gap in knowledge. We sought to understand how the grant-making process operates in agencies with multiple funders and multiple programs.
Language: English
Material Type: Report

Created Date Saturday, 28 January 2006
Modified Date Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Filesize 641 Kilobytes

2006 Nonprofit Workforce Strategy

Title: A workforce strategy for Alberta's non-profit and voluntary sector
Corporate Author: Alberta Human Resources and Employment
Subject: Non-profit organizations - personnel|split|Employment - planning, policy
Publisher: Alberta Human Resources and Employment
Place of Publication: Edmonton
Date of Publication:2006
Abstract: Building and Educating Tomorrow’s Workforce (BETW) is Alberta’s 10-year labour force development strategy. This strategy identifies 17 government-led priority actions to ensure Alberta has more workers, better-trained people and innovative workplaces. These government actions address labour force issues across several industry sectors.
Meeting Alberta’s labour force challenges over the next decade requires the participation and involvement of all stakeholders. Stakeholders include industry, labour groups, professional organizations, volunteer and community agencies, education and training providers, Aboriginal groups and where appropriate, other levels of government. Each stakeholder has an important role to play. Strong collaboration and partnerships between government and various stakeholders are key to the successful implementation of this strategy.
Language :English
Material Type:Report

Created Date Saturday, 28 January 2006
Modified Date Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Filesize 236 Kilobytes

2006 January Community Use of the Sacred Heart School

Title: Author(s): Carlson, Ashley
Corporate Author: Edmonton Social Planning Council
Subject: Non-profit organizations - general, Non-profit organizations - administration
Publisher: Edmonton Social Planning Council
Place of Publication: Edmonton
Date of Publication: 2006
Language:English
Material Type: Report

Created Date Saturday, 05 March 1977
Modified Date Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Filesize 46 Kilobytes

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