Now in its 27th year, The Drucker Prize (formerly known as the Peter F. Drucker Award for Nonprofit Innovation) continues to recognize the organization that best exemplifies Peter Drucker’s definition of innovation: “change that creates a new dimension of performance.”
While only one organization will win the $100,000, everyone who applies will get something just as valuable: powerful new tools for effectiveness.
Resource-rich Learning Platform
Beyond the cash award, The Drucker Prize offers nonprofits a host of practical insights to help them become more innovative and more effective. Indeed, The Drucker Prize’s resource-rich learning platform blends the timeless wisdom of Peter Drucker with the thinking of some of today’s brightest management minds. Our original content is open first to each year’s 50 semifinalists. Leaders of these organizations get to dive into specially designed mini-courses covering key aspects of innovation and nonprofit performance.
Illustration Photo: myAgro is the winner of the 2018 Drucker Prize. In 2018, myAgro expanded its Village Entrepreneur (VE) model to Mali, where it is currently being tested in the Kadiolo district. Moving away from traditional boutiques and putting more power in the hands of young village entrepreneurs, this new model will increase program efficiencies and drive down total operational costs. In Senegal, myAgro has already transitioned its entire program to the VE model, and looks forward to rolling out the model in all Mali districts in 2019. (credit: myAgro)