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Enterprise Schemes For Nonprofit Survival, Growth, And Effectiveness

J. Bryson, M. Gibbons, Gary Shaye
Published 2001 · Economics

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The need for nonprofit organizations to develop a viable enterprise scheme is discussed in this article. An enterprise scheme indicates how the organization can meet social needs and stakeholders' interests in a self-sustaining way over the long haul. Without a viable enterprise scheme, the organization will not survive, let alone grow, prosper, and achieve its mission.



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