AAFCPAs' Carla McCall, in an article published by Chief Executive, encourages CEOs to embrace a sense of connection around their mission, engagement with the surrounding community, and diverse skills…
There is a major misconception that nonprofits view the bottom line as secondary. After all, the term “nonprofit” in itself implies that margins don’t matter. But just like for-profits, without margin, there is no mission. Indeed, you may find that for-profit companies have far more in common with nonprofits than many CEOs believe.
Consider some of the findings from the Nonprofit Finance Fund’s annual State of the Sector survey, which explores challenges faced by nonprofits. It pointed out that the biggest issues for nonprofits are achieving long-term financial sustainability, staff retention and competitive wages, and raising funds that cover full costs.
Sounds a lot like classic for-profit challenges, right? While different organizations generate revenue through different means, there are three best practices from the nonprofit world that can make a positive impact in for-profit organizations. Read more at ChiefExecutive.net.
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