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By Patrice Flynn, Virginia A. Hodgkinson

One of the most important initiatives dealing with researchers, practitioners, and funders is the advance of empirical instruments to degree the inherent worthy of nonprofit firms in addition to the sphere as an entire. well known students current chapters at the state-of-the-art of functionality size within the nonprofit area and search to set up a framework for a long term study schedule to spot, quantify, and self-assess these characteristics that make the nonprofit area unique.

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Chapter 2 Measuring Failure to Find Success CUFFORD W COBB Organizations, from the smallest clubs to federal agencies, often fail to accomplish their mission. This failure may occasion a sense of shame, but it should not, because it implies that the institution aimed high. As Robert Browning said: "Ah, but a man's reach should exceed his grasp. " Failure can help us grow wiser if we leam from it. Rather than causing shame, falling short of goals should promote reflection and renewal. An agency that fails to help people find jobs might redefine success by the number of clients it advises.

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