Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
Sarah Smith Orr
© 2012 Annastasia Kyung-Ah Lee
An analysis of Peter F. Drucker (2001) and Jim Collins' (2005) theory that non-profits can teach businesses in the areas of mission orientation, board productivity and motivating workers. Extensive research was conducted on six Henry R. Kravis Prize in Leadership recipients: Roy L. Prosterman, the founder of the Rural Development Institute, a.k.a Landesa (2006), Fazle H. Abed, founder of Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (2007), Forum for African Women Educationalist (2008), Pratham (2010), mother2mothers (2012) and Soraya Salti, regional direction of INJAZ al-Arab (2012). This in-depth examination suggests that Drucker (2001) and Collins' (2005) postulation was accurate and the studied organizations excelled in the three mentioned principles.
Lee, Annastasia Kyung-Ah, "The Sucessful Brother: What Non-Profits Can Teach Businesses" (2012). CMC Senior Theses. 334.
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