Managing the voluntary sector

Diane Leat
1st Apr 1995

Voluntary organisations are sounding and acting more and more like for-profit businesses, and their distinctiveness and special fiscal privileges are increasingly questioned.

In this study, Diana Leat explores differences in the skills required to manage voluntary and for-profits organisations, as seen by managers with experience in both types of organisation. She finds that there are no clear, unqualified differences but voluntary organisation management does involve particular skills and constraints.

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