A Hong Kong manufacturer brings business practices to social services in Asia.
Are commercial ventures appropriate for nonprofits?
As the founder of Odwalla, Greg Steltenpohl created what has become one of the leading U.S. suppliers of fresh juice and beverages. In this audio lecture, Steltenphohl reminisces about how he started up his company, and reflects on the importance of supporting a new model of capitalism that enriches communities and makes enterprises more socially and environmentally responsible.
Why nonprofits should get out of commercial ventures. At the same time, the tax code needs to be changed to help nonprofits get more charitable donations.
Ballet Memphis leverages its understanding of local culture – Elivs, gospel, rockability, and African-American stories – to compete against touring Broadway blockbusters.
ApproTEC’s pumps are designed and marketed with an understanding of the culture and psychology of African farmers.
Nonprofits Insurance Alliance of California is thriving, despite taking on clients that no one else would.
Like many nonprofits, the Oakland Symphony failed to understand the distinction between mission and strategy.
A California mayor’s challenge leads to an innovative resource-pooling strategy.
Interview with Robert Egger, founder, D.C. Central Kitchen.