By Monica E. Oss Over the past decade, I’ve had a running disagreement with many of the non-profit organization executives and board members that I work with—both in my professional life and my personal life. My view is that non-profit organizations need to be run like for-profit organizations—that they need efficiencies that treat donor contributions and grant funding just like for-profit organizations treat their investors’ money. With great care. And non-profit organizations need profit margins to invest in their future growth and mission-based work. “Non-profit is just a tax status,” as I heard someone once say. Non-profit organizations are granted tax exemption because they do charitable work for the communities they…
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