Operational audit model for a small not-for-profit organization
Johnson, Johnnie, III
Harris, Reuben T.
Bobulinski, Robert A.
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This thesis examines the need for better management tools and techniques for managers of small not-for-profit organizations. It discusses the impact, purpose and size of the private not-for-profit sector. An argument is made for the need and application of an operational audit for small not-for-profit organizations, and discussion given to specific benefits to be derived by managers whose organizations are examined by an operational auditor. Integrating the special needs and considerations that must be contemplated before intervening into a small not-for-profit organization, a model is designed for assisting small not-for-profit managers . Once the model is outlined, the author demonstrates the usefulness of the model by applying the model to a real small not-for-pro fit institution. Concluding that an operational audit provides managers with a tool which allows them to be better managers.
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