This is an advanced skills-based course in quantitative organizational analysis for experienced nonprofit managers. It presumes familiarity with nonprofit management or public administration, and approaches nonprofit management from the perspective of what effective community-based development organizations (CBOs, CDCs) and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) do well in core functions: organizational mission & governance; corporate structure & management practices; revenue performance & sustainability; and contributions to CED. Student teams will use a survey instrument to query a client; develop an organizational analysis; prepare a professional report outlining action recommendations, and present it to the client. This is an advanced course in the nonprofit management specialization, and acts as an elective in the doctoral methods sequence. Prerequisite: CED861.