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Transcript of Sustainable Management
Methodology INTRODUCTION FRAMEWORK THE THIRD SECTOR LATIN AMERICA THE THIRD SECTOR SUSTAINABLE
MANAGEMENT Financial figures (e.g., tax refund, revenue from fundraising, revenue from sale of goods and services or revenue from investment) are important indicators to assess their financial sustainability. OBJECTIVES SCOPE OF THE STUDY RESEARCH MODEL RESEARCH QUESTIONS SCOPE OF THE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY EXPECTED
CONTRIBUTIONS STRATEGY Assessment on
Of Local NPOs
In Latin American Countries by Adriana R Kiel 98490525 MOTIVATIONS Increasing impact Local NPOs are having in the Human Development of their respective countries. The lack of education on management practices the staff in these institutions have. There is an opportunity for the improvement of the effectiveness of these organizations in terms of sustainability, goal completion and capacity building. To demonstrate the importance Local NPOs have as means to improve Human Development in the society.
To understand how local NPOs are being organized and managed. To assess how the current NPOs' organization and strategy affect their performance in terms of capacity building. To create guidelines about Sustainable Management that suits the context of the society Local NPOs are working in. SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT LATIN AMERICA Thesis Statement: Developing Countries in Latin America are in an Economic and Social Crisis
governments seem unable to solve with their own resources,
non profit organizations are working more than ever to fulfill the needs Public Institutions cannot.
How efficient are Local NPOs in Latin American Countries when
achieving their goals?
How their strategy contrast
with sustainable management practices? follow in order to achieve their objectives and create capacity building. Qualitative Research Method Primary Data: Direct Interaction with Institutions and Decision Makers Secondary Data: Online Resources. Journal Articles, Published/ Unpublished Reports, Previous Studies Structured and Unstructured Interviews
Access to different types of Data Evaluation Research Descriptive type of research designed to deal with complex social issues:
Outcomes represent meaningful constructions.
Constructions Linked to particular contexts.
Evaluations are action oriented. System Analysis Responsive Evaluation Assessment Data Collection
Suggest Changes System Analysis Holistic Analysis:
Breaking down parts
Explanation Specific: Improve the Capacity Building of the Studied Institutions.
General: To create Guidelines for better Management of Patients Associations and Workers Cooperatives. Organizations that use surplus revenues to achieve their goals rather than distributing them as profit or dividends. Surplus revenues must be used for its self-preservation, expansion, or plans. Can be organized as: charity or service organization; not-for-profit corporation or as a trust, a cooperative, or informally.
Capacities of organizations so they are better equipped to accomplish the missions they have set out to fulfill. The World Bank divides them into Operational and Advocacy Sustainable management takes the concepts from sustainability and mixes them with the concepts of management.
The needs of present and future generations
The economy. Types: Corporate structure:
Overhead costs Main Activities
Monitoring and control. Workers Association:
ACOESUR de R.L
FUNCIR ESA. Data will be Collected and contrasted from Salvadoran Institutions Economic background
Cultural Heritage What are the common management practices in Local NPOs? How the studied institutions measure their performance? Are there any similarities? How these NPOs create capacity building? How do they compare with each other? In the region? Failure is shown in the inability to deliver on the service promises it has pledged to keep. Capacity building Area : 21,069,500 km²
Population estimated at more than 590 million
Combined GDP at US$ 5.16 trillion (6.27 trillion at PPP).
Economic growth rate of 4% in 2011. The development of a country is measured with statistical indexes:
the rate of literacy
Countries which have not achieved a significant degree of industrialization relative to their populations, and which have medium to low standard of living.