In 2016, Tote Board launched the Tote Board Case Study Collaborator programme, a three year programme to build capacity and capability among non-profit organisations and social enterprises in Singapore. This capacity building effort seeks to encourage a culture of knowledge sharing and collaboration, foster innovation and discussion of new models, as well as to encourage Singapore-based NPOs to adopt best-in-class practices for better programme and service impact.
During the FY2016, Tote Board awarded 10 case studies to be developed in partnership with 7 organisations, namely:
(1) Aalto University Executive Education
(2) Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy, National University of Singapore
(3) Centre for Management Practice, Singapore Management University
(5) Impact Investment Shujog
(6) Institute of Policy Studies, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
(7) Murdoch University
The case study collaborator programme builds on our earlier partnership with Nanyang Technological University (NTU)’s Asian Business Case Centre (ABCC). Collectively, we aim to develop a relevant and robust repository of case studies for the non-profit sector. To date, a total of 17 cases have been completed, with another 6 more cases to be developed.
Non-profit organisations (Arts Groups, Voluntary Welfare Organisations, National Sports Associations, Institutions of Public Character, Community development organisations, Social Enterprises, Charities) based in Singapore may also request a set of teaching materials for their own learning and practice. You may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.