Resource Opportunity | Harvard Business School Executive Education for Nonprofit Leaders
Read more below from the HBSCA about this opportunity!
Scholarships are available for two programs, Performance Measurement for Effective Management of Nonprofit Organizations (PMNO) and Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management (SPNM).
PMNO is designed for senior executives and board members of nonprofit organizations from around the world who are committed to implementing effective performance measurement and management in their organizations. PMNO shows nonprofit leaders how to use organizational performance measurement to enhance the organization’s ability to deliver on its mission. The program is designed for CEOs, presidents, executive directors, board members, and other senior executives in the nonprofit sector who are committed to implementing effective performance measurement and management systems.
SPNM provides senior executives from around the world the opportunity to examine their missions and develop new strategies for the new global economy. It explores how change constantly affects organizations and proactive methods for mastering the evolving requirements of nonprofit leadership in order to enhance their organizations’ effectiveness. The program is designed for executive directors and CEOs who are responsible for shaping the direction, mission, policies, and major programs of their organizations.
For additional course information, go to www.exed.hbs.edu and click on the Social Enterprise tab.
Read the Key Qualification Criteria, here
To Apply: Email the four components listed below to [email protected]. Please do not send anything directly to the Harvard Business School.
1. 2014 HBSCA Executive Education application (available below or click here)
2. Applicant’s resume
3. Letter of support from the Board Chair or comparable senior official - (she/he should email it directly to [email protected])
4. Organization financial statements
The application package is due by February 7, 2014.
Scholarship winners will be notified in early April.
Note: This award is potentially taxable to the recipient. Applicants may wish to discuss this with their tax advisors.