Published in 2018 by Silverfish Books. This book is a collection of articles published over the last five years through social media, blogs, magazines and mainstream newspapers. Much of what is written has been focussed to the nonprofit sector in particular to the Board and Management. The Author believes it is critical and necessary today for the governance of Nonprofits to be professional in their management and operations when dealing with the community, public and professionals at large. It is the author’s intention to help the reader to benefit from the articles by having a better understanding to the issues and how to find a solution. The book covers the broad area of the nonprofit sector and organization where it tackles issues such as the cultural perspectives, the governance model and sustaining of an organization. He also looks into the intricacies of the Board and Management matters by touching on elements of the Founder’s Syndrome, the biases of hiring and succession planning. Finally there is a section on the staff and there is highlights the emerging issues of career opportunities, capacity building and multitasking. The book has been reviewed by nine experts in the field of Nonprofits from Hong Kong, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Published in 2018 by Silverfish Books. This book is a collection of articles published over the last five years through social media, blogs, magazines and mainstream newspapers. Much of what is written has been focussed to the nonprofit sector in particular to the Board and Management. The Author believes it is critical and necessary today for the governance of Nonprofits to be professional in their management and operations when dealing with the community, public and professionals at large. It is the author’s intention to help the reader to benefit from the articles by having a better understanding to the issues and how to find a solution. The book covers the broad area of the nonprofit sector and organization where it tackles issues such as the cultural perspectives, the governance model and sustaining of an organization. He also looks into the intricacies of the Board and Management matters by touching on elements of the Founder’s Syndrome, the biases of hiring and succession planning. Finally there is a section on the staff and there is highlights the emerging issues of career opportunities, capacity building and multitasking. The book has been reviewed by nine experts in the field of Nonprofits from Hong Kong, Indonesia and Malaysia.

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Merger as a collaborative option for nonprofit

MIM Management Magazine, pg 14

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HOW BIAS CAN GET IN THE WAY OF HIRING

MIM Management Magazine, pg 14

 Published in 2016 by LAMBERT Publishers. This book covers a technical view of why it is important to know how to harness the Gen Y to join a nonprofit organization. Past studies have indicated that the Gen Y do want to make an impact to society and are looking for channels of how to express their desires. Despite this understanding the Gen Y are challenged when it comes to even joining a Nonprofit Organisation. The book is purely based on research and the extent of the study was in Malaysia over a year. The study offers solutions of how to tackle the issue of finding top talent from the Gen Y pool to join the Nonprofit Organisation. The various angles the authors take the reader is to understand how important are benefits, career, work life, brand image and passion to attracting the Gen Y to the organization. The book is a reference to Dr. Sudeep’ Doctorate Research Study supported by his Supervisor Dr. Yap Kim Len. The book is available on Amazon.

Published in 2016 by LAMBERT Publishers. This book covers a technical view of why it is important to know how to harness the Gen Y to join a nonprofit organization. Past studies have indicated that the Gen Y do want to make an impact to society and are looking for channels of how to express their desires. Despite this understanding the Gen Y are challenged when it comes to even joining a Nonprofit Organisation. The book is purely based on research and the extent of the study was in Malaysia over a year. The study offers solutions of how to tackle the issue of finding top talent from the Gen Y pool to join the Nonprofit Organisation. The various angles the authors take the reader is to understand how important are benefits, career, work life, brand image and passion to attracting the Gen Y to the organization. The book is a reference to Dr. Sudeep’ Doctorate Research Study supported by his Supervisor Dr. Yap Kim Len. The book is available on Amazon.

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SUSTAINING IMPACT AND REMAINING RELEVANT

MIM Management Magazine, pg 18