How Nonprofit Organizations Manage Risk
In: Paid and Unpaid Labour in the Social Economy. An International Perspective
AbstractThe purpose of this essay is to identify the kinds of decisions where nonprofit organizations need to manage their risks in a strategic fashion, to review what we know about how they approach these decisions, and to offer a conceptual framework that nonprofits can use to develop a more sophisticated and effective approach to their risk management decisions in the future. For various reasons, nonprofits have not taken a sufficiently robust view of risk management, A simple framework is presented to address the risk-related decisions of nonprofits in a strategic fashion, with a view to inspire fuller attention to risk management in the nonprofit academic literature and in professional forums.
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nonprofit institutions; risk management; decision making.;
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