Structural considerations for nonprofits looking to go global
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Structural considerations for nonprofits looking to go global

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Conducting business globally presents unique challenges for not-for-profit entities (NFPs). When a domestic NFP wants to make an international impact, how can it establish a sound structure for this work? Consider two fundamental areas: entity governance and global capacity development.

Selecting the Right Entity Structure


When an NFP wishes to expand globally, what is the best organizational structure to meet its needs? Global NFPs are typically structured using one of two models; an integrated model or a federated model. Think

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