How are communication activities different between government and non-profit organizations? How does a leader ethically manage conflict?
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1. How are communication activities different between government and non-profit organizations?
Non-profit organizations and government agencies differ in communication activities and have advantages and disadvantages in efficiency, focus, advocacy ability, independence from industry influence, and public trust. These areas overlap, and non-profit organizations are neither better nor worse than government agencies. The best system of allocating funds would be to take advantage of the strengths of non-profit organizations and government agencies.
Non-profit organizations are typically smaller, which can be an advantage or a disadvantage which impact differential communication activities:
? Smaller organizations can be more efficient than multi-layered governmental agencies, which typically have an established structure and a culture that resists learning and adaptation (7). Burnout can happen in both entities, but, for administrators, bureaucratic red tape can ...
This solution describes how communication activities are different between government and non-profit organizations, as well as how leaders can ethically manage conflict.