The Nonprofit Counsel

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Edited By: Bruce R. Hopkins

Online ISSN: 1520-6785

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Jossey Bass Management Institute

Jossey Bass Management Institute

Does management still matter? It certainly does! And in series of five interactive online conference sessions featuring Jossey-Bass authors Julian Birkenshaw, Ed Lawler and Chris Worley, Thomas O. Davenport and Stephan Harding, and Steve Denning, you are invited to take a look at the new models and practices of managing in the today’s changing business environment. The first four 90 minute sessions focus on four different management challenges presented by the author(s) and the fifth session on October 20th features all six authors in a moderated interactive roundtable discussion and is free to all session participants.

For each session, participants will receive a copy of the author’s/presenter’s book. For more information, visit When you register, be sure to use promo code JBMJO to save $25 on individual session or $60 on the entire series.

Bruce R. Hopkins' Nonprofit Counsel Wins APEX 2011 Award of Publishing Excellence

Bruce R. Hopkins' Nonprofit Counsel has won recognition from peers in the publishing industry with the APEX 2011 Award of Excellence in the category of Financial and Investment Writing.

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APEX 2011, the 23rd Annual Awards for Publication Excellence, is an international competition sponsored by the editors of Writing That Works: The Business Communications Report. Since 1988, APEX Awards have recognized outstanding publications throughout the communication and publishing industry.

This year, awards were given in 130 communication categories under 11 main headings, including newsletters; magazines and journals; annual reports; brochures, Web and intranet sites; one-of-a-kind publications and more.

According to the APEX judges, “the awards were based on excellence in graphic design, editorial content and the success of the entry -- in the opinion of the judges -- in achieving overall communications effectiveness and excellence.”