Magnolia Therapeutic Solutions Case Study
August 26, 2012
Mary Pat Caskey
Magnolia Therapeutic Solutions
As organizations began to create their plan for success in their organization, they will need to ask themselves many questions. Organizations will have to decide if they want to be a for profit or nonprofit organizations. The organization will need to distinguish laws and develop money management skills that will move the organization. Magnolia Therapeutic Solutions is no different. This organizations must meet the needs of the target population be creating a financial plan that will encourage growth and revenue. This paper will explain Magnolia’s board decision to fund the post traumatic stress disorder program, the effects of organizational infrastructure and culture as well as the problems faced by the organization and risk management factors.
In reviewing the board’s decision to fund the program for post traumatic stress disorder for Magnolia, I would agree that the program should be funded. The board’s decision was a good one and was based on Magnolia Therapeutic Solutions’ success from the previous years. I believe that the organization had an exceptional opportunity to assist those dealing with post traumatic stress disorder. I, like the board believed that Magnolia’s record spoke for itself in regard to the number of individuals they helped and those the organization would seek to assist in the future. The Magnolia organization knew that they were in an unique position to receive grants based on the services the organization could provide to those dealing with the aftermath of 9/11. The organization proved that it had the ability and staff to bring forth good service when it came to PTSD. Organizational Infrastructure and Culture
The effect the organizational infrastructure and culture had on my decision was enormous. The organizational...
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