Discussion on Strategies of Internal Leadership in Chinese Non-Profit Organizations (NPOs)

  •  Wei Li    


As a new type of organization, non-profit organizations have proposed new requirements on leadership practice and development of theory. There are three inadaptations existing in the traditional organization and leadership pattern to the internal leadership of non-profit organization, namely, inadaptation to changes of relationship between leaders and followers, inadaptation to uncertainty of decision-making foundation and inadaptation to innovative development of the organizations. This article discusses on the leadership strategies of Chinese non-profit organizations in four aspects: integration of certainty of the target and mission with ideology, resource integration with the target of ensuring funding channels, integration of all personnel in performance evaluation standard and member stimulation exploration and organizational integration in the double organizational structure.

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