Sarbanes-Oxley and Nonprofit Management: Skills, Techniques, Methods
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BeschreibungIs your nonprofit organization ready for increased scrutiny, reporting requirements, regulations, and increased expectations from donors? This combination reference/workbook prepares you and shows you how Sarbanes-Oxley best practices can benefit your organization. It includes:
* A structured description of Sarbanes-Oxley and its implications for nonprofits
* Detailed discussions on governance, including financial literacy for board members, new standards of accountability for boards, and best practices for nonprofit management
* Sample documents, procedures, and frameworks to help you implement best practices
* Worksheets, forms, and resource materials in each chapter
* A "walk-through" of typical financial statements and sample documents such as a Conflict of Interest policy, board orientation curriculum, a Whistleblower Protection policy, a Document Preservation policy, and a fundraising plan.
Implementing proven best practices stemming from Sarbanes-Oxley can diminish organizational dysfunction, promote a solid infrastructure, and propel your organization to the platinum standard of operations and governance, giving your organization the competitive advantage in today's demanding nonprofit environment.
Chapter 1. History and Legislative Background of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
Chapter 2. SOX Requirements, Best P4actices, and State Legislation.
Chapter 3. Anatomy of a Dysfunctional Nonprofit: Diagnosing of Organizational Dysfunction.
Chapter 4. Root Cause Analysis Part I: Three Nonprofit Crises.
Chapter 5. Root Cause Analysis-Part II.
Chapter 6. SOX Best Practices and Governance.
Chapter 7. SOX Best Practices and the Nonprofit Executive Team.
Chapter 8. Sarbanes-Oxley Best Practices and Information Technology.
Chapter 9. Human Resource Management-Sarbanes-Oxley Requirements and Best Practices.
Chapter 10. Sox Best Practices and Fundraising.
Chapter 11. SOX Best Practices and Internal Controls.
Chapter 12. The Financially Literate Board.
Chapter 13. SOX Best Practices and Legal Compliance.
Chapter 14. Sox Best Practices and Political Competence.
About the Authors.
PortraitPEGGY M. JACKSON, DPA, CPCU, is a consultant and nationally recognized lecturer in risk management, business continuity planning and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance for nonprofits. Dr. Jackson has coauthored five books on risk management in nonprofit organizations. She is a partner with Fogarty, Jackson & Associates and a Principal with Adjunct LLC in San Francisco, CA. She and Toni Fogarty coauthored Wiley's Sarbanes-Oxley for Nonprofits (April 2005).
TONI E. FOGARTY, PhD, MPH, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Affairs and Administration at California State University, East Bay. She serves as the graduate coordinator for the Master of Science in Health Care Administration Program, and teaches courses in health care management, organizational change and development, health care finance and budgeting, research methods, and the legal and ethical aspects of health care. She is a founding partner and CFO of Fogarty, Jackson & Associates and is a nationally recognized lecturer in business continuity planning, distance learning, and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance for nonprofits.
Jackson and Fogarty coauthored Managing Risk in Nonprofit Organizations and Sarbanes-Oxley for Nonprofits (both published by Wiley).
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: JOHN WILEY & SONS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2006
Seitenanzahl: 324 Seiten