Wednesday, October 6, 2010

NFPs Should Not Be Business-Like: UK Expert - Pro Bono Australia Article

Pro Bono Australia, 23 September 2010
UK Not for Profit sector expert, Debra Allcock Tyler has slammed the argument that NFPs should act more like businesses saying it goes against all the reasons that NFPs exist.
Speaking at the Victorian Government’s Think Innovation Summit, Allcock Tyler says she finds it offensive how much is written about how NFPs need to be run better and behave more like the business world.
She says the constant comparison between practices in the business and Not for Profit sectors is ironic, as it was the failure of corporate governance and banks that plunged the world into a recession. 
Source: Pro Bono Australia 

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