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Management article
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Reference no. U9912B
Authors: Sue Nelson
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Management Update", 1999
Length: 2 pages

Abstract

Managers in for-profit businesses are now faced with many of the same issues that nonprofits have faced all along--managing multiple bottom lines and constituencies, inspiring passion in their employees and creating a sense of team, developing human capital, and thriving on constraints. This article provides some time-honored lessons from the nonprofit sector.

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Abstract

Managers in for-profit businesses are now faced with many of the same issues that nonprofits have faced all along--managing multiple bottom lines and constituencies, inspiring passion in their employees and creating a sense of team, developing human capital, and thriving on constraints. This article provides some time-honored lessons from the nonprofit sector.

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