Less than three years created Steve Mariotti, NFTE, a nonprofit organization for Teaching Entrepreneurship to disadvantaged youth. The organization has gained national recognition, and offers a variety of programs on a budget of nearly half a million dollars. It is still run out of the apartment Mariotti. Mariotti begins to feel the stress of rapid growth and is concerned that further expansion will require significant organizational changes. Students are presented with the challenge … Read more »

Less than three years created Steve Mariotti, NFTE, a nonprofit organization for Teaching Entrepreneurship to disadvantaged youth. The organization has gained national recognition, and offers a variety of programs on a budget of nearly half a million dollars. It is still run out of the apartment Mariotti. Mariotti begins to feel the stress of rapid growth and is concerned that further expansion will require significant organizational changes. Students are presented with the challenge of consulting Mariotti on this change process. The case relates to the challenge of an organization over the founder-dependent, informal start-up phase of development.
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J. Gregory Dees,
Alice Upper Field
Source: Harvard Business School
16 pages.
Release date: 05 March, 1991. Prod #: 391169-PDF-ENG
Steve Mariotti and NFTE HBR case solution

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