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LDR 6110: Leading Teams (Robbie)

Getting Started

Welcome to the course guide for LDR 6110 with Professor Robbie! Use the links included in this guide to help you begin your research for this course. It is important to use reliable, authoritative resources when researching. The resources provided here are carefully selected to provide a strong foundation for more powerful reports.

If you need additional guidance in locating resources, please feel free to contact me for an appointment.

What is a non-proft?

A nonprofit is defined as:

A group, organization, institution or corporation formed to provide goods and/or services for a charitable, educational, religious, literary or scientific purpose. Nonprofits' assets are usually donated by companies, foundations or individuals who do not expect to be repaid. These contributions are tax deductible. If a nonprofit meets the requirements of the Internal Revenue Service's Code, section 501(c)(3), it can obtain tax-exempt status, and does not pay federal or state income taxes.

Research Tips

To get started, below is a list of helpful search strategies, tips, and best practices to get you started. Try these keywords as suggestions (use your own for a more specific results page for your report)

 

  • nonprofit organizations AND fundraising
  • nonprofit organizations AND management
  • nonprofits AND business models
  • nonprofits AND food insecurity
  • nonprofits AND social awareness

General Non-Profit Information

Key Resources (Databases)

 

The databases listed below are core databases for general non-profit and marketing research.

Marketing research often requires using interdisciplinary databases, articles and demographics, company and industry data, and more.  

Market Research Resources