The key to the Kravis Prize: A focus on ‘fundamentals, not fads’

February 13th, 2014Posted in Community Development, Education, EntrepreneurshipBe the first to comment

The announcement of Helen Keller International as this year’s recipient of the Henry R. Kravis Prize in Leadership coincides with an article on the Kravis Prize featured in the latest issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review. What challenges remain in the non-profit sector? Read about the Kravis Prize and the enduring lessons of nonprofit management in the Stanford Social Innovation Review.

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