The Drucker Prize 2019 is available for application. The Drucker Institute is conducting this prize. Peter Drucker founded the institute to carry forward his ideas and ideals. Since its establishment in 2007, the institute has worked with thousands of leaders from major corporations, nonprofits and government agencies to help make them more effective. Even in its 27th year, The Drucker Prize (formerly 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”. This award recognizes the most innovative nonprofit organizations, while teaching their leaders how to be even more effective innovators.
The prize provides $100,000 award. Besides 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. The 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.
Open to all the innovative nonprofit organizations from around the globe
The application process for the award goes through three rounds.
Firstly, Round 1: You tell about your organization, and receive the Drucker basics.
Then, Round 2: The senior leaders from the organizations learn from the experts and then imagine the organization’s future.
Lastly, Round 3: There will be the announcement of the winner on October 1. Winner gets $100,000 cash prize on October 29 in Claremont.