Submitted by: Fit For Service
Posted: Jun 06, 2007 – 12:01 AM EST
June 6, 2007 - Tate Publishing and Enterprises is proud to announce the release of the new book Fit for Service: Recycle Inefficiency into Philanthropy by Irving, Texas, author David Childs, PhD.
The best organizations share several traits. Two of them are a commitment to efficiency and a love of giving. In Fit for Service: Recycle Inefficiency into Philanthropy, author David Childs, PhD explains how these traits can be combined to create a new powerful "win-win" dynamic for corporate philanthropy. Fit for Service provides 81 specific, real-world "15-minute exercises" that organizations can implement to improve their operational efficiency, making them more efficient, more "Fit," more successful. Childs encourages organizations to donate a portion of their savings to philanthropies of their choice. Organizations become more competitive. Organizations and their staffs feel a new sense of purpose. Waste is reduced. Philanthropies have a new source of revenue. Become a quality organization. Become Fit for Service.
Fit for Service: Recycle Inefficiency into Philanthropy may be purchased nationwide from any bookstore, or online through several internet web sites including amazon.com and walmart.com, or you may email email@example.com to order the book. For more information about Fit for Service, visit www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore.
About the author, David Childs Ph.D.
David Childs, Ph.D. has been Dallas County, Texas Tax Assessor / Collector for 17 years where he has developed the Fit for Service concepts. As a result, the Tax Office has earned 3 State of Texas and 4 national recognitions for quality management, and has been visited by 5 international delegations. Dr. Childs speaks at numerous conferences and seminars, teaches MBA courses in Systems Thinking and in Transformational Leadership, and is an examiner for Texas Quality (Texas' Malcolm Baldrige Award).
Dr. Childs is married to Alice Canham, who is a fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Daughter Lauren is majoring in medical research at Ohio State University, and daughter Emily is majoring in environmental law at Texas A&M.
For more information about Dr. Childs or Fit for Service, please visit www.fitforservice.org.
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