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





Listening to Tsunami Survivors

Treating aid recipients like valued customers gives insights into disaster relief.

By Leslie Berger | Spring 2006

Corporate Philanthropy

Rethinking Corporate Philanthropy

Exploiting core competencies is only half the story.

By Alessandra Bianchi | Spring 2006

Human Rights

The Hidden Cost of Paradise

Indigenous people are being displaced to create wilderness areas, to the detriment of all.

By Mark Dowie | 1 | Spring 2006


As Luck Would Have It

Why the U.S. and Europe have such different social spending policies.

By Jeanene Harlick | Spring 2006

Nonprofit Management

An Enterprising Failure

Why a promising social franchise collapsed.

By Paul Tracey & Owen Jarvis | Spring 2006

Socially Responsible Business

Changing the Game

Leading corporations switch from defense to offense in solving global problems.

By Mark Kramer & John Kania | 2 | Spring 2006

Nonprofit Management

Passing the Torch

Baby boomer nonprofit leaders face the future, and it's not us.

By Pamela David | Spring 2006

Individual Giving

Crisis Mentality

Why sudden emergencies attract more funds than do chronic conditions, and how nonprofits can change that.

By Keith Epstein | 1 | Spring 2006

Nonprofit Management

Act on Facts, Not Faith

How management can follow medicine's lead and rely on evidence, not on half-truths.

By Jeffrey Pfeffer & Robert I. Sutton | 1 | Spring 2006

Individual Giving

Giving Donors Control

A United Way affiliate has boosted fundraising by breaking the rules.

By Dan Gordon | 1 | Spring 2006