Stanford Social Innovation Review : Informing and inspiring leaders of social change




Nonprofit Management

No Substitute for Experience

When hiring executives, many nonprofits should seek marketing expertise.

By Rosaline Juan | Spring 2007


The Crown Weighs Heavily on the Eyelids

Why the powerful have a hard time taking other people’s perspectives.

By Alana Conner Snibbe | Spring 2007

Technology & Design

A Pyramid Scheme for Technology

How to identify your IT needs and get money for them.

By Zach Goldstein & Theresa M. Ellis | Spring 2007


Review: Capitalism 3.0

A Guide to Reclaiming the Commons.

Reviewed By David Vogel | Winter 2007


Government by Numbers

How CitiStat’s hard data and straight talk saved Baltimore.

By Noah Weiss | Winter 2007

Socially Responsible Business

Faith in Fair Trade

How Lutherans are transforming their love of coffee into global good.

By Kathryn Wolford & Lisa Bonds | 1 | Winter 2007

Economic Development

Green Fire

A Chilean firewood certification program spares both the air and indigenous business.

By Laila Weir | Winter 2007

Urban Development

The People’s IPO

Lower-income patrons of Market Creek Plaza can now invest in the shopping center.

By Anne Stuhldreher | Winter 2007

Nonprofit Management

Guess Who’s Socially Irresponsible?

Nonprofits aren’t as nice to their employees as you might think.

By Mal Warwick | 8 | Winter 2007

Socially Responsible Business

Making It to McDonald’s

How Fair Trade coffee moved out of its niche and into the most mainstream market of all.

By Kirsten Olsen | Winter 2007