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Jan 2010 Meeting Notes

  1. 1. Non-Profit Business Plan Version 1.0<br />Meeting Notes<br />January 31, 2010<br />
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  4. 4. Consulting Process<br />
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  10. 10. Funding<br />Our Firm<br />
  11. 11. Reading List<br /><ul><li>India
  12. 12. Nectar in a Sieve (Kamala Markandaya)
  13. 13. Billions of Entrepreneurs (TarunKhanna)
  14. 14. Imagining India (NandanNilekani)
  15. 15. India Development Report 2008
  16. 16. Social Entrepreneurship
  17. 17. How to Change the World (David Bornstein)
  18. 18. Business Planning for Enduring Social Impact (Andrew Wolk)
  19. 19. Leaving Microsoft to Change the World (John Wood)
  20. 20. Three Cups of Tea (Greg Mortenson)
  21. 21. A World Without Poverty (Mohamed Yunis)
  22. 22. Philanthrocapitalism (Matthew Bishop)
  23. 23. The Power of Unreasonable People (John Elkington)
  24. 24. Water & Engineering
  25. 25. Water Supply and Sanitation Services for the Rural Poor: The Gram VikasExperience
  26. 26. Design for the Other 90% (Cynthia Smith)
  27. 27. The Big Necessity (Rose George)
  28. 28. Human Development Report 2006: the Global Water Crisis
  29. 29. International Development
  30. 30. The White Man’s Burden (William Easterly)
  31. 31. The Bottom Billion (Paul Collier)
  32. 32. Out of Poverty (Paul Polak)
  33. 33. Half the Sky (Nicholas Kristof)
  34. 34. Economic Gangsters (Raymond Fisman)
  35. 35. Portfolios of the Poor (Stuart Rutherford)
  36. 36. Ethical & Religious Perspectives
  37. 37. Business as a Calling (Michael Novak)
  38. 38. Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger (Ronald Sider)
  39. 39. The Hole in our Gospel (Richard Stearns)
  40. 40. Attacking Poverty in the Developing World (Judith Dean)</li></li></ul><li>
  41. 41. Next Steps<br />Education & Training<br />Each team member will continue to grow professionally (As a consulting firm, the product we are selling is our own expertise)<br />By 2020, each member will be considered an expert in their particular area of operations<br />Bruce – 10 years of managerial experience in water & sanitation projects<br />Val – 10 years of nursing experience<br />Jo – 10 years of experience managing an international NGO (SPICE program)<br />Dane – 10 years combined experience in Government and Consulting <br />Each team member will dedicate time to self-educate about India, international development, etc.<br />See reading list for examples, but there are lots of other options <br />Partnerships<br />Identify organizations that are already working in India and establish foundations for future partnering relationships<br />Participate in short-term visits with other NGOs to build relationships and evaluate their business models<br />Build relationships with local churches and colleges with who demonstrate similar interests<br />

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