Nonprofit

Trees to be replanted
January 22, 2014
How changing your trajectory can lead to greater innovation, success, and meaning in your work.
Stanford GSB on YouTube -
December 10, 2013
Aligning several goals into a single activity can help you achieve more.
Stanford GSB Library Staircase
September 23, 2013
Stanford scholars explore how the path you take affects your career prospects.
Businessmen shaking hands
September 20, 2013
David Larcker and Brian Tayan explain why building trust in an organization pays off.
Ulises1, an art satellite
September 16, 2013
One of Mexico's leading businessmen advises a group of artists on their launch of one of the world's first art satellites.
Children in LIberia
May 20, 2013
Project Healthy Children works with governments and manufacturers to bring fortified foods to people at risk.
Mana RUTF package
March 4, 2013
A new study finds that a different approach to food-relief efforts in the developing world could save more lives.
John McCarthy photo
May 29, 2012
Paralegals can be critical in countries that are short on courts and lawyers. A nonprofit called Namati is helping to bring them there.
photo of MRI
May 25, 2012
Abbott’s John Capek discusses health care device regulation, transparency, and the critical relationship between physicians and their patients.
weight loss image
May 21, 2012
Research shows that bolstering people’s sense of well-being can motivate them to slim down or exercise more.
Trees to be replanted
January 22, 2014
How changing your trajectory can lead to greater innovation, success, and meaning in your work.
Stanford GSB Library Staircase
September 23, 2013
Stanford scholars explore how the path you take affects your career prospects.
Businessmen shaking hands
September 20, 2013
David Larcker and Brian Tayan explain why building trust in an organization pays off.
Ulises1, an art satellite
September 16, 2013
One of Mexico's leading businessmen advises a group of artists on their launch of one of the world's first art satellites.
Children in LIberia
May 20, 2013
Project Healthy Children works with governments and manufacturers to bring fortified foods to people at risk.
John McCarthy photo
May 29, 2012
Paralegals can be critical in countries that are short on courts and lawyers. A nonprofit called Namati is helping to bring them there.
photo of MRI
May 25, 2012
Abbott’s John Capek discusses health care device regulation, transparency, and the critical relationship between physicians and their patients.
weight loss image
May 21, 2012
Research shows that bolstering people’s sense of well-being can motivate them to slim down or exercise more.
Tony Blair photo
May 18, 2012
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair discusses the importance of partnerships in working with African nations.
photo of Middle East entrepreneurs
May 14, 2012
Gayle Lemmon discusses how entrepreneurs conduct business in some of the world’s most difficult and dangerous environments.
Mana RUTF package
March 4, 2013
A new study finds that a different approach to food-relief efforts in the developing world could save more lives.
February 1, 2010
Consumers frequently stereotype nonprofits as warm, generous and caring organizations, but assume their business abilities will be less competent than their for-profit peers’. In contrast, for-profit companies are stereotyped  as more competent with a balance sheet, but are not necessarily socially aware. Understanding these views can affect how both groups do business.