When should nonprofit groups consider a merger? How can a nonprofit merger work to the advantage of both parties? What are the pitfalls, and how can they be avoided?
Content: Case Study | Author: Donald Haider | Source: Stanford University | Subject: Nonprofit | Industry: Non-Profit | Companies: STRIVE/Chicago Employment Services (STRIVE/CES), Suburban Job-Link
This broadcaster has built and leveraged powerful commercial brands, all while keeping a careful eye on its nonprofit mission.
Content: Case Study | Author: Glenn Rifkin | Source: strategy+business | Subjects: Industry Specific, Nonprofit | Industry: Non-Profit | Company: WGBH Public Broadcasting Station (PBS)
By developing a low-cost distribution channel, an Indian nonprofit organization can deliver child education and nutrition programs for just a few dollars a child per year.
Content: Case Study | Authors: Atul Varadhachary, Madhav Chavan, Paresh Vaish, Rukmini Banerji | Source: McKinsey Quarterly | Subjects: International – Asia, Nonprofit | Industry: Non-Profit
Disaster response organizations like the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) act as choreographers in a huge show involving countless characters (government, media, NGOs, donor National Societies, affected communities) and materials (food, clothing, medicine, trucks, tents, blankets). When done well, the right aid gets to the right people at the right time. When done poorly, confusion and chaos prevail. … [ Read more ]
Content: Case Study | Authors: Irma Becerra-Fernandez, Kuldeep Kumar, Luk N. Van Wassenhove, Ramina Samii | Source: INSEAD | Subjects: Nonprofit, Organizational Behavior | Industry: Non-Profit | Company: International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent