The Impact of Strategic Planning on The Performance of Non- Governmental Organizations in the New Century: A Review
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) aim to provide accessible and quality services, meet the needs of the public, and make efficient and efficient use of the available resources. It is usually difficult to measure the performance of these organizations due to their non-quantifiable and multiple goals. Strategic management, which is commonly accepted contemporary management tools to challenge long terms uncertainties, would provide substantial aids to NGOs. It is expected from NGOs to utilize strategic planning tools to transform the public funds and donations into value-added services. Although the common view on the literature is the importance of the use of strategic management in NGOs as a mechanism for performance improvement efforts, there is a lack of consensus on the selection of strategic management tools for evaluating NGO performance. In order to increase the understanding of recent studies in the literature, aims to explore the role of strategic management on the performance of NGOs.
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