Nonprofits need management more than business does.
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Nonprofits need management more than business does.

Nonprofits need management even more than business does.

Nonprofits are dedicated to “doing good”. But they also realize that good intentions are no substitute for organization and leadership, for accountability, performance, and results. Those require management and that in tuns, begins with the organization’s mission. (Peter Drucker)

Reality check:

For nonprofits: What are the standards for leadership in your organization? Are they high enough? For businesses: How could you use your leadership qualifications and management skills in a nonprofit organization to help them doing really good?