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Class notes[edit source]
Class notes from 14 Jan 2009
A brief list of the similarities and differences between Non-profit organizations and Businesses for profit:
- Board of Directors
- Both are legal entities
- Tax responsibilities
- Compensation of certain participants
- Efficiency- budget, resource mgmt, etc.
- Competition- funding, recognition, etc.
- Constituents- B: shareholders, employees
NP: employees, donors, constituents
- Deliverables- goods/services, grants
Can be of varying size (from very small to very large)
- Distribution- B: distribute among shareholders
NP: reinvest profits in programs
- B: Liquidation --> owners
NP: Liquidation --> beneficiaries
- Taxes- B: taxable NP: tax exempt 501 (political), 501(c3)(non-political)
- B: interns NP: volunteers
- Social expectations of compensation varies
Handouts pertaining to corporate social responsibility (www.sustainability.com/ Blendedvalue.org), voluntary measures, Spectrum of practitioners by motive and investment objective.
Still active?[edit source]
Is this project still active? Apart from a collection of external links and almost advertising-like descriptions of some companies, I find almost nothing on these Wikiversity pages that increases my knowledge in conservation entrepreneurship. Thus, do these pages really fill any function now? Mikael Häggström (discuss • contribs) 08:09, 24 December 2016 (UTC)