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One of the foremost projects dealing with researchers, practitioners, and funders is the improvement of empirical instruments to degree the inherent worthy of nonprofit firms in addition to the sphere as an entire. popular students current chapters at the cutting-edge of functionality size within the nonprofit zone and search to set up a framework for a long term learn time table to spot, quantify, and self-assess these features that make the nonprofit quarter unique.
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Effective organizations were signifieantly correlated with board involvement for 7 of the 9 items, induding board involvement in policy formulation, strategie planning, and financial planning and contro!. ,. ä ~ Z ~ Ci l"rJ Z ~ 0 ~ ~ C'I ~ Vl ~ '"Tl ~ 0 Vl ~l"rJ l"rJ r-< r-< ~ Ci Student-respondent ratings of each organization on the indicators. Objective measures: those selected by the practitioner-experts. Board effectiveness items: drawn from the National Center on Nonprofit Boards guide. Effectiveness = stakeholder judgments formed in an ongoing process of sense-making and implicit negotiations.
Although nursing hornes are assessed on countless measurables, such as bed occupancy or staff-to-patient ratios, no single indicator serves as a bottom-line measure of whether the nursing horne is accomplishing its mission or is operating in a manner consistent with its core values. As has been weH documented, nonprofits often have vague goals that allow them to appeal to the multiple and often competing demands of constituencies (Fottler, 1981; Hatten, 1982; Kanter &: Summers, 1987; Newman &: Wallender, 1978; Nutt, 1984).
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