Jan

3

 I have recently read Peter Drucker's 5 Most Important Questions You Will Ever Ask About Your Organization, which is based on Drucker's work on helping non profits succeed.

One can't help but think how for profit organizations thrive following similar processes. Would for profit organization be more successful if the mission was not to make money but money was the funding source and market validation of the organizations mission?

In Management Revised Drucker saw companies as organs of society who needed to make a profit because it would do no good to the consumer if the company went out of business and that most executives were failures in pointing this fact out to the public.

Is the only difference between the successful non profit and for profit the funding source for the organization's mission?


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