An Application and Extension of the Technology Acceptance Model to Nonprofit Certification

@inproceedings{Slatten2009AnAA,
  title={An Application and Extension of the Technology Acceptance Model to Nonprofit Certification},
  author={Dr. Lise Anne D. Slatten},
  year={2009}
}
The article discusses nonprofit organizations and certification. Nonprofit organizations, as a means for remaining competitive and gaining competitive advantage, become certified, or accredited. These certified nonprofit organizations are then able to gain public trust and are differentiated from other nonprofits in a manner which can grant them greater resources. There are 20 U.S. states which offer nonprofit certification programs including Louisiana where the program is run by the Louisiana… CONTINUE READING

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