Innermotion on the Move (Video) DVD Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Non-profit organization founded in 1990, Innermotion was a dance company that presents performances on topics related to incest and childhood sexual abuse, as well as therapeutic workshops for victims of such abuse. It consisted of all the volunteers, the troupe of victims of childhood sexual abuse, and his lone full-time, the founder and artistic director Sharon Daugherty. Innermotion relied primarily on state and federal funding sources, is designed to provide support services to victims of crime and domestic violence. Precipitated the loss of a large grant and participate in the executive program for the strategy, Dougherty felt pressure to reconsider its focus and priorities. Videocase explores Innermotion mission and strategy, as well as a choice, the contradictions and the risks associated with the decision to narrow or expand the scope of competitive organizations. SI-25V Innermotion on the move is part of a series of social entrepreneurship and is intended to be used in conjunction with text case SI-25 Innermotion. Professor Jim Phills developed a series of social entrepreneurship, to help students evaluate the mechanisms of change and the theory of action, and difficulty in initiating and maintaining constructive social change. Other cases in this video series include SI-14v Evolution Interplast, SI-69v Circus Oz, SI-72V social entrepreneurs. Correction of market failures, as well as corporate strategy SI-77V Rubicon Programs "Hide
by James Phills Source: Supplement 30 minutes of video. Publication Date: July 1, 2005. Prod. #: SI25V-VID-ENG

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