Michael K. Hoff

Michael Hoff

Michael Hoff

Lecturer in Strategic Planning and Program Evaluation

mhoff2@verizon.net

Education

University of Utah - B.S., Economics, 1963
M.S., Recreation Administration, 1965

 

Biography

Mike Hoff has been a lecturer in the MBA in Nonprofit Management program for three years.  He is currently President of his own company, Hoff Consulting, specializing exclusively in consultation to nonprofit organizations.  Most recently, he served for seven years as the Director of Consulting and Education Services at the Center for Nonprofit Management in Los Angeles.

 

His experience includes ten years as an executive director for Boys’ Clubs of America, five years on the faculty at California State University, Long Beach, and over twenty five years as an organization and human resource development manager and consultant.  He is the former head of organization development and training functions at Mattel Toys, Fluor Corporation, and Western Digital, and also held the position of Regional Director, Southern California, for the American Management Association. He previously conducted an independent consulting practice for ten years, serving both business and nonprofit clients.

 

Publications

  “Board Training: Are You Making the Right Choices”, Center for Nonprofit Management,
    2005

  “Organizational Self-Assessment: Putting Your Finger on What Needs to Improve”,    
    Center for Nonprofit Management, 2005

  “Are Do-Gooders Really Doing Good”, Los Angeles Business Journal, April, 2000

  “Part-Time Workers Take Full-Time Management”, Parks and Recreation, January, 1981

  “Actions of a Professional”, California Parks and Recreation, December-January, 1978