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Intro Nonprofit Organization
Types of Foundations
Types of Nonprofits
Social Investment
Social Capital
Grant Making, Operating, Corporate, Community, Government
Associations, Corporations and Foundations
Private contributions to public benefit
Refers to the collective value of all social networks
Types of Foundations
Grant Making, Operating, Corporate, Community, Government
Types of Nonprofits
Associations, Corporations and Foundations
Nonprofit Organizations
Nonprofit
Cooperative/co-op
Credit union
Labor union
Economic organization that operates like a business but does…
Voluntary association formed to carry on some kind of economi…
Financial organization that accepts deposits from and makes l…
Organization of workers formed to represent its members inter…
Nonprofit
Economic organization that operates like a business but does…
Cooperative/co-op
Voluntary association formed to carry on some kind of economi…
Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance Ch 4.1 & 4.2
for profit business
not for profit organization
producers
extractors
An organization that generates revenue
An organization that exists to serve some public purpose
Businesses that create goods and services
Businesses or people that take natural resources from the land
for profit business
An organization that generates revenue
not for profit organization
An organization that exists to serve some public purpose
Chapter 2: Organizations That Help Shape Community and Public Health
top-down funding
governmental health agencies
World Health Organizations (WHO)
World Health Assembly
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure a…
the most widely recognized international governmental health…
a body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO
top-down funding
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
governmental health agencies
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure a…
26 terms
Business Chapter 4
Liability
Partnership
Proprietorship
Partnership Agreement
legal responsibility
an association of two or more people who co-own a business wi…
a business that is owned and often operated by a single indiv…
a written contract that establishes a partnership
Liability
legal responsibility
Partnership
an association of two or more people who co-own a business wi…
11 terms
Chap. 2
top-down funding
governmental health agencies
WHO
World Health Assembly
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure a…
the most widely recognized international governmental health…
a body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO
top-down funding
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
governmental health agencies
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure a…
Done Unit 1 Ch. 2 Organizations That Help Shape Community and Public Health
Top-Down Funding
Governmental Health Agencies
World Health Organization (WHO)
World Health Assembly
A method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
Health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
The most widely recognized international governmental health…
A body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO.
Top-Down Funding
A method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
Governmental Health Agencies
Health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
13 terms
Econ ch3 sec3
nonprofit organization
cooperative/coop
service cooperative
producer cooperative
economic organization... that operates like a... business but does…
nonprofit... association performing... some kind of economic... activi…
provides services... such as insurance, credit, or child care to…
helps members... promote or sell their products
nonprofit organization
economic organization... that operates like a... business but does…
cooperative/coop
nonprofit... association performing... some kind of economic... activi…
Community Health Chapter 2
top-down funding
governmental health agencies
World Health Organizations (WHO)
World Health Assembly
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
the most widely recognized international governmental health…
a body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO
top-down funding
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
governmental health agencies
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
46 terms
Business Ch. 8
Money
Barter
Securities
Securities Market
anything that people generally accept as payment for goods an…
the direct trade of goods and services for other goods and se…
stocks and bonds that are traded
a place where stocks and bonds are traded
Money
anything that people generally accept as payment for goods an…
Barter
the direct trade of goods and services for other goods and se…
ch. 3.3
Nonprofit Organization
Cooperatives
Credit Unions
Labor Unions
works in a business like way to promote the collective intere…
voluntary association formed to carry on some kind of economi…
financial organization that accepts deposits from, and makes…
organization of workers formed to represent its members inter…
Nonprofit Organization
works in a business like way to promote the collective intere…
Cooperatives
voluntary association formed to carry on some kind of economi…
10 terms
3.3
Nonprofit organization
Cooperative
Co op
Credit union
Operates in a business like way to promote the collective int…
Nonprofit organizations
Same
Financial organization that accepts deposits from and makes l…
Nonprofit organization
Operates in a business like way to promote the collective int…
Cooperative
Nonprofit organizations
Private enterprise
Private enterprise
Patent
Trademark
Copyright
economic system that allows individuals to pursue their own i…
Exclusive rights
A brand that has exclusive legal protection for both its bran…
An exclusive right granted by the federal government allowing…
Private enterprise
economic system that allows individuals to pursue their own i…
Patent
Exclusive rights
Chapter 5.2 Business Opportunities
Accounting
Derived demand
Domestic business
Finance
The discipline that keeps track of a company's financial situ…
The demand for industrial goods based on the demand for consu…
A business that sells its products only in its own country
A business function that involves money management.
Accounting
The discipline that keeps track of a company's financial situ…
Derived demand
The demand for industrial goods based on the demand for consu…
10 terms
HSC 317 ch.2
Top-Down funding
governmental health agencies
World Health Organization
World health Assembly
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure,…
the most widely recognized international governmental health…
a body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO
Top-Down funding
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
governmental health agencies
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure,…
Marketing 11 Unit 3 (Chapter 5 + 6)
Business
Management
Production
Marketplace
All of the activities involved in producing and marketing goo…
The business function used to plan, organize, and control all…
The process of creating, growing, manufacturing, or improving…
Wherever two or more people agree to buy and sell a product
Business
All of the activities involved in producing and marketing goo…
Management
The business function used to plan, organize, and control all…
C252 - Governmental & Non-Profit Accounting
The body with primary accounting stand…
The body with primary accounting stand…
A governmental (expendable) fund accou…
In which of the following situations w…
Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB)
Governmental Accounting Standards Board for governmental coll…
includes financial assets and related liabilities.
an entity purchases equipment for cash. The purchase occurred…
The body with primary accounting stand…
Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB)
The body with primary accounting stand…
Governmental Accounting Standards Board for governmental coll…
Agency & Business Organization
Articles of Incorporation
Blue Sky Laws
Board of Directors
Business Corporations
The basic instrument filed with the appropriate government ag…
State laws regulating the registration, offering and sale of…
Governing body of a corporation elected by the shareholders
Corporations organized to make a profit
Articles of Incorporation
The basic instrument filed with the appropriate government ag…
Blue Sky Laws
State laws regulating the registration, offering and sale of…
322 terms
Nonprofit Management
Double bottom line intrapreneur
Interdisciplinary field of study
Intrapreneur
Management
seeks to extend the conventional bottom line, that measures f…
A field that borrows techniques from several more traditional…
someone who works inside an existing organization who sees an…
The process of accomplishing the goals of an organization thr…
Double bottom line intrapreneur
seeks to extend the conventional bottom line, that measures f…
Interdisciplinary field of study
A field that borrows techniques from several more traditional…
HPRB 3700 Chapter 2
top-down funding
governmental health agencies
World Health Organization (WHO)
World Health Assembly
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
the most widely recognized international governmental health…
a body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO
top-down funding
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
governmental health agencies
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
27 terms
Ch. 2 Organizations that shape Comm. & Public Health
Top-down funding
Governmental health agencies
World Health Organization (WHO)
World Health Assembly
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
the most widely recognized international governmental health…
a body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO
Top-down funding
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
Governmental health agencies
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
10 terms
MBI 131 Ch. 2
Top-Down Funding
Governmental Agencies
World Health Organization (WHO)
World Health Assembly
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
the most widely recognized international governmental health…
a body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO
Top-Down Funding
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
Governmental Agencies
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
10 terms
Chapter 2
top-down funding
governmental health agencies
World Health Organization (WHO)
World Health Assembly
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
the most widely recognized international governmental health…
a body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO
top-down funding
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
governmental health agencies
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
10 terms
Chapter 2 HS
Top down Funding
Governmental health agencies
World Health Organization
World health assembly
A method of funding in which funds are transmitted from the f…
Health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
The most widely recognized international governmental health…
A body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO
Top down Funding
A method of funding in which funds are transmitted from the f…
Governmental health agencies
Health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
10e Freeman Governmental and Nonprofit : Chapter 1, Introduction
Which of the following would not be co…
Which of the following activities woul…
Prior to the creation of the Governmen…
Which of the following is considered a…
A software company that sells software exclusively to state a…
Water operations.
The National Council on Governmental Accounting (NCGA)
Child protection services
Which of the following would not be co…
A software company that sells software exclusively to state a…
Which of the following activities woul…
Water operations.
23 terms
chapter 6
federal trade commision
internal franchise association
franchise disclosure document
royalty payment
A government agency established in 1914 to prevent unfair bus…
...
...
An annual payment to a franchisor by a franchisee for the use…
federal trade commision
A government agency established in 1914 to prevent unfair bus…
internal franchise association
...
Community Health Ch. 2
Top-down funding
Governmental health agencies
World Health Organization (WHO)
World Health Assembly
method of funding in which funds are transmitted from federal…
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
the most widely recognized international governmental health…
a body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO
Top-down funding
method of funding in which funds are transmitted from federal…
Governmental health agencies
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
FPMU40 Ch2
Core functions of public health
Governmental health agencies
Philanthropic foundation
Quasi-governmental health organizations
assessment policy development and assurance
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
an endowed institution that donates money for the good of hum…
organizations that have some responsibilities assigned by the…
Core functions of public health
assessment policy development and assurance
Governmental health agencies
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
27 terms
Chapter 4 Vocab
For-profit business
Not-for-profit organization
Producers
Extractors
An organization that generates revenue
An organization that exist to serve some public purpose.
Businesses that create good and services
Businesses or people that take natural resources from the land.
For-profit business
An organization that generates revenue
Not-for-profit organization
An organization that exist to serve some public purpose.
14 terms
FPMU 40 Chapter 2
top-down funding
governmental health agencies
World Health Organization (WHO)
World Health Assembly
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
the most widely recognized international governmental health…
a body of delegated of the member nations of the WHO
top-down funding
a method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
governmental health agencies
health agencies that are part of the governmental structure (…
Principles of Business Marketing & Finance Chapter 4
for profit business
not for profit organization
producer
extractors
An organization that generates revenue
An organization that exists to serve some public purpose
Business that create goods and services
Businesses or people that take natural recourses from land
for profit business
An organization that generates revenue
not for profit organization
An organization that exists to serve some public purpose
24 terms
Business Law- Chapter 2
Amendment
Articles of Confederation
Bill of Rights
Browser
change or alteration
loose form of charter for common government adopted by the th…
first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution
Internet scanning program
Amendment
change or alteration
Articles of Confederation
loose form of charter for common government adopted by the th…
Marketing Chapter 6 Vocab
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Consumer Product Safety Commission (CP…
Equal Employment Opportunity Commissio…
Occupational Safety and Health Adminis…
U.S. government agency whose purpose is to ensure that foods,…
Federal agency responsible for overseeing the safety of consu…
responsible for the fair and equitable treatment of employees…
the federal regulatory compliance agency that develops, publi…
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
U.S. government agency whose purpose is to ensure that foods,…
Consumer Product Safety Commission (CP…
Federal agency responsible for overseeing the safety of consu…
25 terms
ch.14 [PUBLIC AFFAIRS/GOVT]
public affairs
Public affairs activities focus on pla…
The actions of governmental bodies at…
Corporations must be aware of differen…
The area of public relations that works within the... political…
political purpose.
how a business operates.
laws, customs and the political environment
public affairs
The area of public relations that works within the... political…
Public affairs activities focus on pla…
political purpose.
39 terms
COM 101 Chapter Notes, Ch. 16: The Practice of Public Relations
Four categories of public relation
Materiality
Media relations
CCO
1. Corporate public relations. ... 2. Government/public affairs.…
An event that could have positive or negative impact on a com…
Relationship that a company or organization develops with jou…
Chief communications officer. ... 1. Oversees internal relations…
Four categories of public relation
1. Corporate public relations. ... 2. Government/public affairs.…
Materiality
An event that could have positive or negative impact on a com…
31 terms
Governmental Accounting - Chapter One
What are the five environmental differ…
What is the environmental difference b…
What is the environmental difference b…
What is the environmental difference b…
1. Organizational Purposes... 2. Sources of Revenues... 3. Potentia…
Governments exist for the well being of citizens by providing…
Governments derive many of their resources from taxes and oth…
Governments very rarely go out-of-business. This long term vi…
What are the five environmental differ…
1. Organizational Purposes... 2. Sources of Revenues... 3. Potentia…
What is the environmental difference b…
Governments exist for the well being of citizens by providing…
72 terms
Chapter 4 - Health data concepts and information governance
Provider
Administrators
Third-party payers
Utilization review
Organization that deliver health care services. Examples incl…
Analyze financial & patient case mix info for business planni…
Private insurance companies, managed-care organizations, & fi…
Health care data descriptions of care given, justification of…
Provider
Organization that deliver health care services. Examples incl…
Administrators
Analyze financial & patient case mix info for business planni…
17 terms
Non-Profit Terms
Philanthropy
501(c)(3)
Public Sector
Private Sector
the desire to promote the welfare of other
a tax-exempt nonprofit organization
the part of an economy that is controlled by the government
the part of the national economy that is not under direct gov…
Philanthropy
the desire to promote the welfare of other
501(c)(3)
a tax-exempt nonprofit organization
22 terms
Marketing Chapter 5.2
Size
Scope
Domestic Business
Global Business
Easiest way to describe a business.
Refers to the extent of its business operation.
A business that sells its products only in its ow country.
S business that sells its products to more that one country.
Size
Easiest way to describe a business.
Scope
Refers to the extent of its business operation.
10 terms
Health 295 ch 2
Top-down funding
Governmental health agencies
World health organization (WHO)
World health assembly
A method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
Health agencies that are part if the governmental structure (…
The most widely recognized international governmental health…
A body of delegates of the member nations of the WHO
Top-down funding
A method of funding in which funds are transmitted from feder…
Governmental health agencies
Health agencies that are part if the governmental structure (…
26 terms
Chapter 16 - COM (Part 2)
Corporate
Corporate
government relations
public affairs
Do agency or corporate: provides a more strategic focus
Do agency or corporate: Focused on a single industry or line…
branch of PR that helps an organization communicate with gove…
type of PR that helps an organization interact with governmen…
Corporate
Do agency or corporate: provides a more strategic focus
Corporate
Do agency or corporate: Focused on a single industry or line…
15 terms
Chapter 5: Business and Social Responsibility
business
management
production
marketplace
All of the activities involved in producing and marketing goo…
The business function used to plan, organize, and control all…
The process of creating, growing, manufacturing, or improving…
Wherever two or more people agree to buy and sell a product:
business
All of the activities involved in producing and marketing goo…
management
The business function used to plan, organize, and control all…
MKTG Chapter 12 part 2
product (strategies for services)
core service
supplementary service
mass customization
for services this includes: service as a process, core and su…
the most basic benefit the consumer is buying
a service that supports or enhances the core service
a strategy that uses technology to deliver customized service…
product (strategies for services)
for services this includes: service as a process, core and su…
core service
the most basic benefit the consumer is buying
Chapter 4 Business Marketing
For-profit business
not-for-profit organization
producer
extractor
organization that generates revenue
organization that exists to serve some public service
business that creates goods and services
business or person that takes natural resources from the land
For-profit business
organization that generates revenue
not-for-profit organization
organization that exists to serve some public service
Chapter 5
Domestic Business
Global Business
For-Profit business
Nonprofit Organization
Business that sells its products only in its own country
sells its products to more than one country
seeks to make profit from its operations
uses the money it makes to fund the cause identified in its c…
Domestic Business
Business that sells its products only in its own country
Global Business
sells its products to more than one country
37 terms
Introduction to Business Chapter 2
Articles of organization
Causal reasoning
C-corporation
Common stock
Formal documents that must be filed with a state agency on th…
Reasoning that begins with a very clear goal in mind and atte…
A business legal structure... used by large companies or those t…
A form of stock that is distributed to owners of S-corporatio…
Articles of organization
Formal documents that must be filed with a state agency on th…
Causal reasoning
Reasoning that begins with a very clear goal in mind and atte…
70 terms
Community and Public Health Midterm
Health Education
Physical Education
Health Services
Nutrition Services
any combination of planned learning experiences based on soun…
planned, sequential K-12 curriculum that provides cognitive c…
health services provided by the school health workers to appr…
provide access to a variety of nutritious and appealing meals…
Health Education
any combination of planned learning experiences based on soun…
Physical Education
planned, sequential K-12 curriculum that provides cognitive c…
32 terms
Business Law Chapter 27 Terms
promoters
advantages of the corporate form
disadvantages of the corporate form
domestic corporation
those who sell a business idea and the corporate form for it;…
1) perpetual life... 2) limited liability... 3) transferability of…
1) double taxation--federal government taxes the company's ea…
corporation that's chartered in a particular state and does a…
promoters
those who sell a business idea and the corporate form for it;…
advantages of the corporate form
1) perpetual life... 2) limited liability... 3) transferability of…
HS 310
Governmental Health Agencies
International Health Agencies
National Health Agencies
State Health Agencies
funded #1 by tax dollars... Managed by governmental officials... 4…
Word Health Organization (WHO)
DHHS (Department of Health and Human Services... -US Primary Hea…
Purpose: To promote, protect, and maintain the health/welfare…
Governmental Health Agencies
funded #1 by tax dollars... Managed by governmental officials... 4…
International Health Agencies
Word Health Organization (WHO)
43 terms
Biostatistics - Afifi
What is Public Health?
The mission of public health is define…
The Functions of Public Health
Approach and Rationale
Public health is the science and art of protecting and improv…
Assuring the conditions in which people can be healthy... The F…
Assessment: Identify problems related to the public's health,…
In 1988 report: public health refers to the efforts of societ…
What is Public Health?
Public health is the science and art of protecting and improv…
The mission of public health is define…
Assuring the conditions in which people can be healthy... The F…
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