Table of contents for Nonprofit risk management and contingency planning : done in a day strategies / Peggy M. Jackson.

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About the Author.
Chapter 1. Introduction.
Five Common Myths about Risk Management.
Basic Assumptions.
Board and Senior Management Collaboration.
Pre-Session Preparation.
Overview of the Changes in the Legal Environment.
Whistleblower Protection.
Document Management and Preservation Policy.
Sarbanes-Oxley Best Practices.
Example of State Legislation: California’s Nonprofit Integrity Act.
Bottom Line.
Part 1: Risk Management.
Chapter 2. What Is RiskManagement?
What Is Risk Management?
Risk Management and the Nonprofit’s Structure.
Risk Management Activities.
What Is Not Risk Management?
What Does Real Risk Management Look Like?
Value-Added Aspect of Risk Management.
Risk Management Planning.
Risk Assessment.
Common Risk Areas within Nonprofits.
Implementation of Risk Management Activities.
How Do You Deal with the Risks Once You Identify Them?
Monitoring for Results: Did the Strategies Work?
Risk Management as an Ongoing Process.
Scheduling the Next Round of Risk Management Activities.
Chapter 3. Using the RiskManagement Template.
Building a Risk Management Plan.
Goals and Objectives.
The Nonprofit’s Profile.
Risk Assessment.
Prioritize the Risks.
Action Steps for Risk Treatment.
Simple Metrics to Monitor the Results.
Timetable for the Next Round of Risk Management Activities.
Chapter 4. Done in a Day Session for RiskManagement.
How to Prepare for the DIAD Session.
Timetable for Preparation.
The DIAD Session.
Sample Agenda.
Sample Format of a DIAD Session.
Introduction to Risk Management Planning Training Curriculum Outline.
Summary Q&A.
Sample Outline.
Part II: Business Continuity Plannning.
Chapter 5. Business Continuity Planning.
Two Important Lessons from September 11.
What Is Business Continuity Planning?
Sources of Business Interruptions.
Crisis Communication Plan.
It’s Just a Matter of Time.
Nuts and Bolts of an Effective Crisis Communication Plan.
Value Proposition of Business Continuity Planning.
Preserving Your Nonprofit’s Good Name.
Remaining a Viable Entity.
Preserving Stakeholder Confidence.
Lessons Learned from the Private Sector.
Chapter 6. Using the Business Continuity Planning Template.
Beginning to Plan: Some Considerations.
Introducing the Business Continuity Planning Template.
Part I Crisis Incident Management.
Crisis Incident Management Strategies.
Part II: Transitioning from Managing the Crisis Incident to Resuming Business Operations.
Establishing a Timetable for Updating the Business Continuity Plan.
Chapter 7. Done in a Day Session for Business Continuity Planning.
How to Prepare for the DIAD Session.
Timetable Frame for Preparation.
Nonprofit Operations—Basic Information.
Don’t Reinvent the Wheel—Even Outdated Plans Can Be Edited.
The Done in a Day Session.
Sample Format of a DIAD Session.
Business Continuity Planning Template.
Part III: Adding Value to Risk Management and Business Continuity Planning.
Chapter 8. Training in Resource Management and Business.
Continuity Planning for Staff and Volunteers.
Leveraging Training for Maximum Results.
Designing a Curriculum That Works.
Sample Training Agendas and Curricula.
Risk Management Training.
How You Can Help: Your Role in Risk Management.
Business Continuity Training.
Hands-on Training Exercises.
Nature and Use of Emergency Preparedness Exercises.
Practice, Practice, Practice.
Sample Desktop Exercises.
How Is the Success of Emergency Preparedness and Desktop Exercises Measured?
Chapter 9. The ROI of RiskManagement and Business Continuity Planning.
Leveraging Risk Management and Business Continuity Planning for Greater Effectiveness.
How Risk Management and Business Continuity Planning Facilitates Compliance in Today’s New Legislative Environment.
Leveraging Risk Management and Business Continuity Planning to Improve the Quality of Form 990 Filings.
Chapter 10. Ten Ways to Jump-Start the Process.
Appendix A.
Appendix B.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Nonprofit organizations -- Management.
Risk management.