The Catholic Church is a large and complex international organization with multiple levels of management, over a wide range of services and geographic areas. Creating a coherent and manageable communication strategy is a challenging task that requires understanding the culture within the church and those outside the Church who rely on their services. In 2003, the Catholic Church is suffering from financial withholding tax on many external stakeholders who may be affected … Read more »

The Catholic Church is a large and complex international organization with multiple levels of management, over a wide range of services and geographic areas. Creating a coherent and manageable communication strategy is a challenging task that requires understanding the culture within the church and those outside the Church who rely on their services. In 2003 the Catholic Church from financial withholding tax on many external stakeholders suffers impairment, possibly its ability to continue to provide services.
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Gregory S. Miller,
Thomas Doyle
Source: Harvard Business School
12 pages.
Release Date: 04 February 2004. Prod #: 104057-PDF-ENG
Financial Reporting in the Catholic Church HBR case solution

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