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Financial and Strategic Management for Nonprofit Organizations, Fourth Edition by Herrington J. Bryce

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Chapter 13 Corruption

Corruption robs the organization of resources to carry through on its mission, diminishes the morale of staff, decreases the public trust and if persistent and ingrained, diminishes the durability of the organization. Corruption is more than an ethical issue. It has operational consequences and often a flawed operational origin. It is the ultimate violation of stewardship.

This chapter is about the exposure of the nonprofit to corruption and strategies to reduce the probability and opportunities for its occurrence. Corruption remains one of the great ethical and efficiency challenges of management (Ronald Sims, 2016).

What is corruption, how does it occur and what are the opportunities for its occurrence? How does the nonprofit ...

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