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Thriving vs Surviving: Building Skills and Support for BAMers

by Robert Andrews Editors Note: When we asked veteran BAM leaders to identify some of the pressing issues that are facing the business as mission movement in the next decade, among the issues they identified were several areas that could broadly be categorized as ‘resource gaps for BAM companies’, including: 1. Adequate financial capital flow. […]

Passing it On: BAM Succession Planning and Exit Strategies

by David Skews Editors Note: When we asked veteran BAM leaders to identify some of the pressing issues that are facing the business as mission movement in the next decade, among the issues they identified were several areas that could broadly be categorized as ‘resource gaps for BAM companies’, including: 1. Adequate financial capital flow. […]

People, People, People! Human Capital Flow for BAM Companies

by Peter Shaukat Editors Note: When we asked veteran BAM leaders to identify some of the pressing issues that are facing the business as mission movement in the next decade, among the issues they identified were several areas that could broadly be categorized as ‘resource gaps for BAM companies’, including: 1. Adequate financial capital flow. […]

Refugees: A Crisis or an Opportunity?

by Hakan Sandberg Few issues have got more attention in Europe than the rapid influx of refugees seeking a safe haven in a new host country. It has toppled governments, changed the whole political landscape in several countries, and made many initially generous and empathic people eventually withdraw and instead lean towards right wing, racial […]

Let Freedom Ring! Fighting Slavery with Business Solutions

by Mats Tunehag Young children sold to sexual slavery. Yes, it was a grim fact of life year after year in a remote village in the Himalayas. Poverty was rampant and there was a lack of jobs. This made families desperate and vulnerable, and traffickers exploited the situation. Some seasoned BAMers explored how they could […]