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    Can someone please provide some assistance with this question. Its for an MBA course. It needs to be between 500 and 600 words or so. Describe, how a nonprofit executive can determine what functions are necessary to pursue the organization's board-established mission? How does one determine what staff positions are necessary to operate those functions? If there is inadequate funding available for a staff position the ED feels is necessary, how can the ED accomplish that work? Please include a strong conclusion giving suggestions and a question for your peers. Thank you so much in advance for all your help.

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    CEO's of small nonprofits often have to decide where the money goes and who gets it. Budgets can be tight and in many situations, even large nonprofits have to make decisions that affect payroll and jobs based on factors other than the mission of the organization. For some, executives's learning to address the mission specifically helps to make decisions. Only when it benefits the targeted audience of the mission is a decision going to be easy. When it affects work, donations, donating individuals, the questions are more difficult to answer.

    The mission is broken down to each element. Who is the targeted group and how they are best served is the first questions that must be answered. To make decisions, planning must detail the absolute best choices and their alternatives for each step. It seems a lot of work, but once completed, it only ...

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    An outline of some potential ways an executive can meet the functional needs of the nonprofit.