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Running head: CHECKPOINT: ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS 1 Check Point: Environmental Factors James A. Overstreet, Jr. HSM/220 May 12, 2011 Zakia Robbins
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CHECKPOINT: ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS 2 Check Point: Environmental Factors The four factors are Economic, Sociological, technological, political, and professional. In the Economic factors, we look at factors for funding, suppliers, clients, competitors, consumers, and noncash revenues. Too I the most important of these factors am the funding and noncash revenue. My reason for this is you must find a way to keep an activity going and it will take money or donations to help you to keep any program alive. We must first look at the government funding to see how much money we can get for the program, next we should look at donated funds. Doing this will allow us to find people who have suffered or had family members that used the program and they was successful and they want to give back to help the program to better their help in the future so they would make donations to the program. Now you also have clients who need help from a program and they have insurance or their income is too high so we might have to charge them a fee for services that will help to support the program as well. The final source I feel should be the last resort for an agency or program is using other agencies for income like investments, funding-raising events and appeals, I will only use these agency if all my resources has been used up and we have had no other choice but to use them. But most of the time a good helping program always get the resources needed to help keep them going and their biggest income is from donations from clients or their family members.
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CHECKPOINT: ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS 3 Sociological factors, a manager must be able to understand the community he or she will
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2011 for the course HSM 220 taught by Professor Dr.brown during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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