Due date: May 12, 2017
Presently in it’s 26th year, The Drucker Prize (once in the past known as the Peter F. Drucker Award for Nonprofit Innovation) keeps on perceiving the association that best epitomizes Peter Drucker’s meaning of advancement: “change that makes another measurement of execution.” Beyond the money grant, The Drucker Prize offers charities to a large group of commonsense bits of knowledge to help them turn out to be more imaginative and more compelling.
Without a doubt, the Drucker Prize’s asset rich learning stage mixes the ageless knowledge of Peter Drucker with the reasoning of some of today’s brightest administration minds. Their unique substance is open first to every year’s 50 semifinalists. Pioneers of these associations get the chance to plunge into exceptionally planned little courses covering key parts of advancement and charitable execution.
One association will win the $100,000, everybody who applies will get something similarly as significant: intense new devices for viability.
Open to non-benefit associations
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