Production processes perfected by the private sector can help the social-minded scale efficiently

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In distancing their core mission from that of corporations, nonprofits have unintentionally isolated themselves from traditional models of efficiency. In some instances, this has stunted their ability to help the greatest amount of people possible. Yet, when they take a page from the production processes found within private enterprise, nonprofits are able to improve and scale at a rate that keeps apace with the needs of the world’s hungry and displaced.

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