Most small not-for-profit organizations are under-resourced and under-skilled. Many are barely keeping their heads above water now that the emphasis is on contracting out work in both the public and private sectors. Most are looking for help to cope with new demands for accountability and performance assessment. "Managing to Survive" outlines key strategies managers can take to not only survive but improve the service their organization provides. "Managing to Survive" offers a broad introduction to the management issues faced in small human service organizations. It covers the basics of managing different roles and skills, staff and volunteer recruitment, training, maximising people's contribution, managing financial and physical resources and managing change. The approach is practical and the text is illustrated with real examples.