Sunday, July 18, 2010

Bigger not always better in non-profit world - CSI

Peter Shergold, The Centre for Social Impact, 26 June 2010
There is no perfect size or ideal structure or single path to expansion. In many instances community-based issues may best be addressed by a small, local organisation: in other instances the need for a national approach may most effectively be served by a large, networked body. Only when organisational ambitions are out of line with resource capacity do problems become evident. Bigness sometimes represents power and influence. Small is sometimes beautiful. The challenge is to fit organisational structure to social purpose.
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Source: CSI

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