Internal Strategic Performance Variables as Indicators for the Third Sector
Eduardo Segio Ulrich Pace
Mackenzie Presbiterian University
Leonardo Cruz Basso
Mackenzie Presbiterian University - Business Administration
March 21, 2005
This paper develops a profile of a sample of 648 entities registered with the federal government, as well as identifies financial and non-financial indicators that can better explain how usage frequency can be explained by measures that can predict value and that can be easily obtained. These qualitative indicators can guide donators concerning their priorities, as well as influence administrators' behavior. This is a descriptive study that relies on quantitative methods. Some aspects related to existence concerning the sector of practices that aim at efficiency and effectiveness, at quality and innovation, at evaluation and communication of results, are analyzed concerning their relation with the capacity of surpassing the main restrictive fact: the scarcity of funds. Regarding this aspect, the task of personnel management, as well as the obstacles that avoid their qualification, are emphasized.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 10
Keywords: third sector, performance evaluation, predictive value, fund raising, performance measures
JEL Classification: L31working papers series
Date posted: April 15, 2005
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