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Institute for Not-for-Profit Management at Columbia University

INM was formed to build the managerial capacity of not-for-profit organizations. Through intensive, graduate-level programs, participants study core management disciplines tailored specifically to the not-for-profit sector. INM's programs emphasize the importance of deploying resources strategically to fulfill the organization's mission and meet its goals.
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2880 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York , NY 10025
Contact Person: Jennifer DeYoung
Phone: 212-854-6018
Fax: 212-531-4743
E-Mail: inm@columbia.edu
Website: http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/inm

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For over 25 years, the Institute for Not-for-Profit Management (INM) at Columbia Business School has been an invaluable capacity-building resource. Each of our programs convenes a diverse group of men and women, all committed to work that serves the public, all highly skilled in their chosen fields: social services, community development, youth services, education, healthcare, arts and culture, advocacy, environmental preservation, religion, and philanthropy.

INM program participants leave their frenetic work environments to gather on retreat at a country estate in the Hudson Valley for intensive days of learning and peer exchange. Participants find new ways to solve old problems, discover connections and untapped resources in their colleagues, and reaffirm their desire to make meaningful and profound change to build communities. Many find the experience to be pivotal to their development. They leave renewed, with a network of peers who become new sources of support and partnership.

Philanthropies, intermediaries and larger institutions work with INM to support their capacity-building initiatives. Many partner with us to place their constituents in our open enrollment programs. Others prefer our custom-designed programs for skill development and succession planning, helping their mid-career executives grow to assume key leadership positions. As a division of Executive Education at Columbia Business School, repeatedly ranked #1 in the world by the Financial Times, INM has access to an excellent faculty-a diverse group of academics and practitioners with extensive experience in the not-for-profit sector.

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