All to give

Wilson, Tony
December 2007
Management Services;Winter2007, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p42
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the role of the members of the Institute of Management Services (IMS) in making charitable giving in Great Britain more bigger. The author believes that the skills and experience of IMS members are needed by charities. He mentions the differences between the private and third sectors with the latter emphasizing on the quality and reliability of the service provided. The author argues that third sector organisations need objective assessment of their performance, methods and achievements.


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