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Non-profit organizations are different from for-profit organizations primarily ________.
A) in the way make decisions
B) in the way they measure success
C) in the way they motivate employees
D) in how they hire employees
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Explanation:  B) The big difference between for-profit and non-profit organizations is the way they "keep score" or measure success. For-profit organizations usually look at the "bottom line"—how much profit they make—as a way to measure success. Non-profits look at more varied metrics: a school may look at how well students test; a soup kitchen may look at how many people they help, and so on. The way organizations make decisions, motivate employees, and hire employees is virtually the same for both for-profit and non-profit organizations.

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