What are the 5-7 general assumptions about the global economy?Consider the assumptions in relation to their effect on an at-risk youth Nonprofit organization. Research using at least 3-5 references on where they predict the global economy in the next 3-5 years.
Here is an example of what I am looking for:
If it were a healthcare organization, you might write something like this:
Health Information Technology for HIV/AIDS Center (HITHAC) after a scan of the global economic environment and what the outlook will in 3 to 5 years has identified the following factors as potential barriers to its mission and works around the world:
1. Lack of proper needs assessment.
2. Lack of vision, strategy, and national plans.
3. Lack of information and awareness about health applications.
4. Computer illiteracy.
5. Insufficient resources to meet costs.
6. Limited experience in medical and health informatics.
7. Weak information and telecommunications infrastructures.
8. The absence of legislative, ethical, and constitutional frameworks.
9. Security, confidentiality, and privacy concerns.
10. Uncertainty about a global compliance with HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley.
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Curioso, W. H. (2010). Evaluation of a computer-based system using cell-phones for HIV
people in Peru. Reporter. US National Institutes of Health. Grant number: 1R01TW007896-01. Retrieved February 29, 2012, from http://projectreporter.nih.gov/project_info_description.cfm?aid=7495168.
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Technology for Healthcare in the Developing World. Washington, DC: UN Foundation-Vodafone Foundation.
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Systems: A Practical Approach for Health Care Management (2nd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:58 am ad1c9bdddf
According to the Americans for the Arts (2014), there are over 100,000 nonprofit art and culture organizations that serve as economic drivers to help create jobs, increase government revenue, and tourism. The nonprofit art and culture organization is a $135 billion dollar industry in America, and $61 million of that money is spent to help inspire, contribute, and create the community (Americans for the Arts, 2014). However, there are a few factors that serve as potential barriers towards the continuation of nonprofit art and culture organizations that can or could impact the economy within the next five to seven years:
1. Business models of some nonprofit organizations are failing (NPQ, 2014): Many Business models are failing because they are not receiving the funds that have been pledged due to economic and financial restraints to remain open. Therefore, the proforma balance sheets have not reflected the intended budget.
2. Philanthropy and nonprofit entrepreneurship but have neglected their dependence on leadership due to the traditional reluctance of economists to consider phenomena associated with preference change. (Wallis and Dollery, 2014): Many philantrophic and non-entrepreneurial ...
This post shows potential threats to non-profit organizations and ways to improve.
Walton Arts Center
*Original response please*
1. How do some organizations predict the short and long-term future? Explain in detail how a downturn in the economy affects not-for-profit organizations, as opposed to for-profit ones
2. Identify and explain the factors that demonstrate the Walton Art Center's utilization of the business-level differentiation strategy. What changes could be enacted that would alter the Center's strategy to one of low-cost? Would this be advisable? Why?View Full Posting Details