Tracing negative influences for business environments, shows globally a number of encounters, for instance, some organizations have low performance, problematic organizational culture, and in the meantime, several societies encounter poverty, high level of ignorance, corruption, educational problems, lack of career opportunities, and gendered problems.  As a result, approaches of sustainability growth is threatened to become less capable for contributing to improving livelihood of most of the communities. Nowadays, appear the approach of inclusive business by the for-profit organizations and not-for-profit organizations, as to contribute to reducing poverty and ignorance, through the inclusion of low income communities in the value chain of such organizations. This paper uses a probability approach that relies on purposive sampling to predict a concurrent contribution of inclusive business to both problematic organizational culture and low income communities, and to expect the benefits to be exchanged between the two parties, and for the purpose to help improve the supply chain of organizations and raise the quality of organizational culture as well. Results show that 0.87 is the probability for the success of inclusive business by 100%, based on my vision’s analysis.