Kellogg School of Management
For experienced nonprofit leaders and executives responsible for leading change initiatives, large or small, in their nonprofit organizations, this program focuses on developing the skills essential in preparing for and leading change. In this program, you will explore processes necessary to...
Jan 26—Feb 3, 2021
Mendoza College of Business
Learn the skills necessary for raising funds for your nonprofit organization through effective grant proposal writing and fundraising development plans. This highly interactive professional development series will provide you the knowledge to: Develop foundational business skills to drive...
Dec 1, 2020—May 28, 2021
Planning and evaluating programs and projects run by international organizations is particularly complex since the organizations typically must work indirectly with and through sovereign governments and other organizations. The increasing importance of these programs for national officials as...
Maastricht School of Management
Leading and managing organizational change processes The Change Management program mainly targets participants from non-European countries and/or NGOs who are active in these countries. This program will help you to understand the rationale and objectives of organizational change and how to...
Nov 23—27, 2020
Said Business School
Using blended capital to address the world's largest problems Social finance helps provide capital to address the wicked problems facing the world today. Global, systematic challenges as outlined by the UN SDGs demand innovation which traditional financing mechanisms fail to address. Social...
Feb 8—13, 2021
6 days in Oxford, United Kingdom
Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education
To be truly customer-centric and market-driven, a company or organisation (profit or nonprofit) should develop the capability to sense and respond to the changing needs of customers in the market. This, then, is the basic premise of this newest addition to our suite of marketing programmes -...
Sep 30—Oct 1, 2021
2 days in Cambridge, United Kingdom
SDA Bocconi School of Management
Access to medicines in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) is a complex challenge and there is no ‘one size fits all solution. It requires deep understanding of the context, actors, economics and operational functions. The payer (global donors, national governments and private out-of-pocket)...
Nov 13—24, 2020
Harvard Kennedy School
May 7—14, 2021
8 days in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
The development and negotiation of indirect cost (IDC) rates, also called Facilities and Administrative rates, is a deeply involved process. Knowing which IDC method best applies to your organization is key, whether for state and local governments, universities, or nonprofit organizations. You...
Aug 10—11, 2021