Differences in Decision-making in Nonprofit Organizations in Developed and Developing Countries
Decision making in nonprofit organizations (NPOs) differs between developed and developing countries.
My observations are that Northern-hemisphere NPOs are wealthy global 'corporate' entities, whilst Southern-hemisphere NPOs are donor-dependent entities, whose decision making environments differ from those of their wealthier northern counterparts. These variations impact on even the adaptability of traditional business theory to the sector most of which has its origin in the Northern hemisphere.
The variations are also influenced by regional cultural and political differences.