課程資訊
課程名稱
非營利組織與管理專題
Seminar on Nonprofit Organization and Management 
開課學期
109-1 
授課對象
社會科學院  政治學研究所  
授課教師
劉康慧 
課號
PS7523 
課程識別碼
322EM3730 
班次
 
學分
2.0 
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期一9,10(16:30~18:20) 
上課地點
綜401 
備註
本課程以英語授課。公共行政。
總人數上限:30人
外系人數限制:10人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1091PS7523_ 
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課程概述

This course is designed to advance students’ understanding of the management and operation of organizations in the nonprofit sector. In particular, it examines issues unique to the governance and administration of nonprofits, including board management, fundraising, philanthropy, innovation, technology, capacity, nonprofit accounting and reporting, leadership, and network management. Students will learn both the theories and practical techniques required for an effective manager in nonprofit organizations through selected cases.

Furthermore, this course aims to advance students’ understanding of emerging social problems from both the global and local perspectives by working with nonprofits organizations in the local communities in Taipei. Students will learn both the theories and practical techniques required for an effective leadership in making impacts locally, yet think globally through selected cases and community projects.
 

課程目標
This course implements a MOE Teaching Practice Research program project. The project provides an collaborative learning model for students to utilize multimedia tools to promote social values created by nonprofit organizations or social enterprises through crowdfunding projects. It gives both domestic and international students the opportunity to implement their glocal skills and tools and produce a multimedia project that champions a newly founded nonprofit or social enterprise in Taipei. Through working with the partner organizations, students also have the opportunity to recognize challenges reuslts from the nonprofit operational process, understand the social impacts of their actions, communicate their knowledge through creative forms, and improve their leadership and teamwork skills.

At the end of the course, students will have demonstrated the ability to:
1. Acquire knowledge from the nonprofit literature and to understand issues involved in the governance and management of nonprofits across local and global levels
2. Adopt the necessary skills and analytical techniques in coping with various management challenges in nonprofit organizations.
3. Apply management knowledge to real-life problem-solving in managing nonprofit organizations through case discussions and experiential learning.
4. Adopt knowledge and skill sets for understanding one’s own positionality and perspective, practicing self-reflection, and being resilient when facing challenge
5. Enhance capacity to communicate across difference, work in diverse teams, and manage ambiguity
 
課程要求
1. Course Participation: Students are expected to read the weekly assignments and to participate actively in class and tutorial discussions.

2. Individual Presentations: Each student will be expected to analyze ONE case and to discuss each of the case in class. Each student will also prepare a two-page written case memo for each case individually. All memos will be turned in before midnight prior to the discussion date through COOL (Appendix A). Any delay will be applied late penalty. (You will get score discount after midnight, and get 0 after the discussion begins).

3. Group Project:
Option 1: Crowdfunding Plan: Each group (3-4) can pick one of selected nonprofits to create a crowdfunding plan for the organizations. The groups will work with Dodoker to implement their plan and raise funds for the organizations. Each group will submit a crowdfunding plan (video form) and a group presentation (15 minutes).

Option 2: Report: Each group (3-4 students) can pick one of the topics discussed in the class to do an in-depth analysis (Please see guideline). Each group will submit a final group project (10 pages, plus references) and a group presentation (15 minutes).
*Please see Project Planning document on NTU COOL 
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參考書目
待補Please see online reading materials 
指定閱讀
Please see online reading materials 
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