Non-profit organizations must follow certain rules, regulations and laws in maintaining their structure. However, the structure of non-profits includes similar leadership roles to other companies. For example, non-profit management would likely include positions of power. In addition, non-profit management would likely include a higher salary than other employees at the organization, but those salaries may be limited by the law.
Non-profit management may only be able to collect a salary up to a certain threshold. However, non-profit management has many of the same responsibilities as management in other companies. In fact, the information required from non-profits may even make this type of job more labor-intensive and time consuming than other management positions.
Non-profit management may utilize non-profit software, which helps to keep details about money brought in from the organization through donations and other income sources. Non-profit software would include a list of the names of individuals or entities that have donated money, as well as the manner in which that money was utilized. For example, non-profit software may analyze each dollar brought in and list the way each dollar was used in percentages for salaries, administrative costs and work which helps the organization reach its goals. The list may also have details about whether or not the organization has reached the goals set for that year.