The Mexican Foundation for Rural Development (Bj) is a non-profit network of 32 service centers in rural development to low-income farm families. Management plans to expand its operations drastically, making 10,000 rural cooperatives in ten years. It faces major issues related to the implementation of this strategy.

The Mexican Foundation for Rural Development (Bj) is a non-profit network of 32 service centers in rural development to low-income farm families. Management plans to expand its operations drastically, making 10,000 rural cooperatives in ten years. It faces major issues related to the implementation of this strategy.
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James E. Austin,
Gerardo Lozano Fernandez
Source: Harvard Business School
14 pages.
Publication Date: Nov 15, 1999. Prod #: 300082-PDF-ENG
Mexican Foundation for Rural Development HBR case solution