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Perhaps the need for strict configuration and policies regarding financial controls / audits / conflict-of-interest, etc is simply more important in nonprofit organizations than in most of the orgs who have taken on Holacracy.

These things are critically important to external auditors, donors, and to maintenance of 501(c)3 status - and they typically require a fair amount of bureacracy in most nonprofits.

Struggling a bit to both/and these important issues around ethical standards and common business operations while not circumventing or being hampered by Holacracy.