MANAGING BUSINESS, EDUCATION, GOVERNMENT
and NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Nonprofit Management In The Classroom
Professor William Griffin, Esq. (far left) and Professor M. Louise Walters, PhD (far right) with Management of Nonprofit Organizations class members. The course was presented in conjunction with The Leadership Center and Georgia Southern University (Armstrong) in Savannah, GA. The master's level course is designed as a one-semester (15-week) unit. It can be delivered in-classroom, online or as a hybrid. Professor Griffin has developed several business-related university courses and has presented many more. He is the primary presenter. Dr. Walters, the subject matter expert, is co-facilitator.
Doctoral Research On Nonprofit Organizations
The seminal research conducted by Dr. M. Louise Walters for her dissertation examined the perceptions of nonprofit business league CEOs about their relationships with the chairs of their boards of directors and resultant organization impacts. Seminal works are studies initially present an idea of great importance or influence within a particular discipline.
Three sections comprised the Doctoral comprehensive examination written by Dr. M. Louise Walters, in partial fulfillment of her PhD in organization leadership. Each of the three sections addresses aspects of nonprofit organization management and leadership:
- Nonprofit Management Inquiry: Addressing Validity and Bias and Survey Research Tool Design or Selection
- Nonprofit Organizations: Challenges, Public Perception, Effective Management
- Transformational Leadership and Cultural Feminism in Leaders of Nonprofit Organizations