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Author
Pawłowska Kinga (Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu w Tarnowie)
Title
Wstępna analiza potencjału konkurencyjnego organizacji non-profit w Polsce
The Competitive Potential of Non-profit Sector in Poland - Preliminary Analysis
Source
Organizacje Komercyjne i Niekomercyjne wobec Wzmożonej Konkurencji i Rosnących Wymagań Konsumentów, 2002, vol. 1, s. 14-28, tab., bibliogr. 49 poz.
Keyword
Analiza konkurencyjności, Potencjał konkurencyjny przedsiębiorstw, Organizacje non-profit
Competitive Intelligence (CI), Competitive potential of enterprises, Non-profit organisations
Note
summ.
Abstract
W Polsce jest ponad 45 000 organizacji non-profit, w tym różnego rodzaju fundacje, stowarzyszenia, partie polityczne i związki zawodowe, które zatrudniają 100 000 osób i angażują około 40 000 wolontariuszy. Rywalizują oni głównie między sobą oraz z organizacjami publicznymi o fundusze prywatne i publiczne. Wiele organizacji posiadających ograniczone zasoby ludzkie i finansowe musi walczyć o przetrwanie i koncentrować swoje działania na poszukiwaniu pieniędzy, zaniedbując podstawowe zadania. Celem tego artykułu jest analiza potencjału konkurencyjnego organizacji non-profit w Polsce. Definiuje sektor non-profit w Polsce, dokonuje przeglądu literatury w omawianej dziedzinie oraz prezentuje potencjał organizacyjny z uwzględnieniem podejścia konkurencyjnego.(abstrakt oryginalny)

There are over 45.000 of non-profit organizations in Poland including different kinds of foundations, associations, political parties, and trade unions, which employ 100.000 people and engage around 40.000 volunteers. They compete mostly among themselves and with public organizations for the private and public funds. A large number of those organizations having limited human and financial resources have to struggle for surviving and focus their activities on searching for money while neglecting the core tasks. The objective of this article is to analyze the competitive potential of the non-profit organizations in Poland. It defines the non-profit sector in Poland, reviews the literature in the described field, and presents the organizational potential taking into consideration competitive approach.(original abstract)
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