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    A better understanding of the meaning of work may shed light on the fundamental questions of why people work, what sort of goals are important to them, what they seek at work, and what may cause them to stop working. What your thoughts are to these fundamental questions in your own experiences and how it relates to nonprofit financial management?

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    The reason why people work, what sort of goals is important to them, what they seek at work, and what may stop them from working relates to the needs of workers. The issue is that of what motivates them. According to Maslow's theory, a person whose safety and physiological needs are fulfilled seeks to fulfill his social needs, esteem needs and self actualization needs. From the perspective of nonprofit financial ...

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    Douglas McGregor's Theory Y assumptions in the context of nonprofit financial management are explained in a structured manner in this response. The answer includes references used.