Organizational Health for Non-Governmental Organizations

Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) are entrusted with public resources and deliver important social functions. The society expects NGOs to perform and the organizational health of an NGO impinges on its capacity to deliver and sustain performance over time. Inspired and assisted by McKinsey & Co. (Hong Kong), this E-Case introduces an adapted concept of organizational health to the nonprofit sector, illustrates the application of the concept by two NGOs in enhancing organizational health and presents the foundational practices of building organizational health with a modified framework developed by and for the nonprofit sector. This E-Case can be useful for topics such as: organizational effectiveness, institutional isomorphism, organizational learning and capacity development, strategic management and leadership.
***You MUST be logged in to leave a comment.***
Community Comments

Be the first to leave a comment for Organizational Health for Non-Governmental Organizations!

  • Casa de Esperanza
    This e-case highlights the leadership and management of a small nonprofit organization through its pursuit of mission critical but underfunded work. Casa de Esperanza is a dom... Learn more
  • Jeremiah Program
    This case explores the national scaling efforts of Jeremiah Program, a Minneapolis-based nonprofit. Jeremiah Program is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization whose pr... Learn more
  • Visual Strategy Mapping for Individuals
    This e-study explores Visual Strategy Mapping (ViSM), using video and visuals to show both the process and results when this method is employed by groups, but also by individu... Learn more
  • Reliability and Autonomy in Nonprofit Finance
    Having a diverse source of funding is vital to an organization’s sustainability. Yet even within a diverse financial portfolio, the funding sources vary in their consistent... Learn more