First Panel: Pressures, Managing and Leadership in Change

First Panel: Pressures, Managing and Leadership in Change

By NYN
June 24, 2015


The nonprofit sector’s capacity to provide its services has come under escalating pressure with changes in public policy, substantial client demographic shifts, new commercial programs, and growing competition from for-profit providers. We know that nonprofit leaders operate effective programs by continuing to adjust and adapt to changing times while staying true to their mission. What are the most impactful and cost effective tools that can help nonprofits manage this constantly morphing environment?

 

Moderator:
James A. (Jack) Krauskopf, Director of the Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management, School of Public Affairs at Baruch College

 

Panelists:
Doug Sauer, CEO, New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc.
Matthew Klein, Executive Director of the Center for Economic Opportunity, and the Senior Advisor for Service Innovation, Mayor's Office of Operations
Jeremy Christopher Kohomban, Ph.D., President and Chief Executive Officer, The Children's Village
Nancy Wackstein, Executive Director, United Neighborhood Houses of New York

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