Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Ecorl oer-hr-pou-traditional-social-economy-organisations-deepening

88 views

Published on

Traditional Social Economy Organisations

Published in: Education
  • No More Padded Bras. I'm 33 and ever since I was in my late teens, I have been wearing padded bras to make my breasts look bigger. I've been trying to get my breasts to grow for years but I've never ben able to find a solution that works. I tried your book with little hope, but was extremely surprised to find I was getting results just 2 weeks after using your techniques. After 1 month, I managed to get rid of my padded bras and I now I'm loving the new underwear I treat myself to! ❤❤❤ https://t.cn/A6Liz7kD
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • Be the first to like this

Ecorl oer-hr-pou-traditional-social-economy-organisations-deepening

  1. 1. TRADITIONAL SOCIAL ECONOMY ORGANISATIONS doc.dr.sc. Tea Golja www.ecorl.it
  2. 2. Lecture Content  Main characteristics  Organisational forms  Governance and Management Issues  Financing Issues www.ecorl.it
  3. 3. Traditional Social Economy Organisations (1)  Different from traditional organisations that operate in the market www.ecorl.it
  4. 4. Traditional Social Economy Organisations (2)  Main difference = the ultimate goal, the ownership, democratic decision-making process www.ecorl.it
  5. 5. Traditional Social Economy Organisations (3)  Generation of profit is not in the main focus of doing business  Sharing of profits is not the one and only aim of doing business www.ecorl.it
  6. 6. Traditional Social Economy Organisations (4)  Production of products and provision of services to the benefit of all the interested stakeholders www.ecorl.it
  7. 7. Traditional Social Economy Organisations 1. Cooperatives 2. Mutuals 3. Associations 4. Foundations www.ecorl.it
  8. 8. Cooperatives (COOPs)  Autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly- owned and democratically- controlled enterprise (ICA, 2016) www.ecorl.it
  9. 9. COOPs in Croatia (1)  1.302 active COOPs (41% agricultural; 17% fishing)  almost 40% are war veteran COOPs www.ecorl.it
  10. 10. COOPs in Croatia (2)  2.744 employees  67% of COOPs with no employees  21.462 members  0,5% of GDP  Compare with MONDRAGON, Spain!!! www.ecorl.it
  11. 11. International Cooperative Alliance (ICA)  An independent, non- governmental organisation established in 1895 to unite, represent and serve coops worldwide www.ecorl.it
  12. 12. International COOP principles (1)  Voluntary and open membership  Democratic member control  Member economic participation www.ecorl.it
  13. 13. International COOP principles (2)  Autonomy and independence  Education, traning and information  Co-operation among COOPs  Concern for community www.ecorl.it
  14. 14. Mutuals (1)  Associations that provide insurance services for the benefits of the members  Reciprocal contracts www.ecorl.it
  15. 15. Mutuals (2)  Revival of mutuals in Europe  Can cover wide range of risks, health risks, death, funerals etc.  Not much recognized in Croatia www.ecorl.it
  16. 16. Associations (1)  Group of people that join together for a particular purpose/interest (non-profits)  Oldest forms of organisations  No intentions of gaining profit www.ecorl.it
  17. 17. Associations (2)  Protection and promotion of issues of public or mutual interest, environmental, economic, humanitarian, informative, cultural, educational, social, sports etc. www.ecorl.it
  18. 18. Associations in Croatia  More than 51.000  Sports, cultural, technical etc.  Registry Book of Associations www.ecorl.it
  19. 19. Foundations  INDEPENDENT  STATE FOUNDATIONS  CORPORATE  COMMUNITY www.ecorl.it
  20. 20. Foundations in Croatia  More than 200  Still underdeveloped (restrictive law on the establishment, lack of programs to encourage the development) www.ecorl.it
  21. 21. Governance and Management Issues  Mostly dual system of governance in Croatia (Committee and Supervisory Bord  Director – manages the organisation www.ecorl.it
  22. 22. Governance and Management Issues  Co-operative Governance Fit to Build Resilience in the Face of Complexity published by ICA in 2015 www.ecorl.it
  23. 23. Governance and Management Issues  Mostly dual system of governance in Croatia (Committee and Supervisory Bord  Director – manages the organisation www.ecorl.it
  24. 24. Governance and Management Issues  Democratic governance and transparency www.ecorl.it
  25. 25. Financing Issues  Business  Market  EU funds  Crowdfunding www.ecorl.it
  26. 26. THANK YOU www.ecorl.it

×