Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI): A Strategic Inflection Point Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

This case exemplifies how AACI, a non-profit organization providing you with health care services to mainly low-income migrants in San Jose, California, is faced with all the strategic option of whether to expand its services to a satellite site on the city's east side while an expansion project is underway at its central city location. As the tenth largest city in the U.S., San Jose is now 32 percent Asian, with a large portion of that segment being recent immigrants within the last 10 years.

The patient case load of AACI is likely to improve in the immediate future, because of the ongoing inflow of both Latino and Asian immigrants and the rollout of the Affordable Care Act. Lew and her management team must determine how to best meet this increased need for health and social services. The case analyzes whether AACI has the financial reserves to undertake an aggressive multi-site growth plan, and how the nonprofit should weigh any strategic judgement against other fiscal needs, including on-going maintenance for the office building that it owns, manages and partly rents out to another tenant.

PUBLICATION DATE: June 30, 2014 PRODUCT #: B5813-PDF-ENG

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