Tag Archives: Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana

Goodwill’s evolution – an organic process

For years, I’ve considered the most unique aspect of Goodwill to be the way and the extent to which we blend business and a social mission. More recently, though, perhaps equally unique is the extent to which we are leveraging … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Mission | Tagged , , ,

The Seasons

As I am writing this, it’s snowing – again. But it’s March – finally. And if it’s March, surely spring can’t be far off – can it? As we approach (I think) the end of the most relentless winter – … Continue reading

Posted in sustainability | Tagged , , ,

The Magnificence of the Ordinary

While solutions to major social problems must be macro in scale, in the final analysis we must see results in the lives of individual people. As Peter Drucker reminded us, the purpose of any not-for-profit organization is to change lives. … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

On Talent and Culture

I frequently talk about the tremendous array of dedicated, talented people who are part of Goodwill’s team. They can be found at multiple levels in all parts of our organization, and they are the people who make things happen day … Continue reading

Posted in Business and Mission, Employment | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

The gap between public perception and reality

I once heard a newspaper publisher make a speech in which he bemoaned the fact that people didn’t really understand the newspaper business. I thought about this a bit and came to the conclusion that any of us could probably … Continue reading

Posted in Evolving | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments