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Social Media on Purpose 2014

Back by popular demand, this intensive one-day conference will explore how social media can be used strategically to advance an organization's mission. Confirmed speakers include Matt Fitzgerald from Upwell, Beth Kanter—acclaimed author, master trainer, and speaker—and more. Register today!

 

PAST SSIR EVENTS

 
  • An intensive one-day conference that explored how to integrate social media into your organization's strategy.

  • On November 14, FSG and Stanford Social Innovation Review convened nonprofit leaders, grantmakers, and evaluators to explore learning possibilities in the social sector.

  • The eighth annual Nonprofit Management Institute focused on the work nonprofit leaders must do to achieve impact in today's quickly evolving operating environment.

  • The seventh annual Nonprofit Management Institute provided sessions aimed at supporting the important work nonprofit leaders do to run their organizations and achieve impact in today's quickly evolving operating environment.

  • The sixth annual Nonprofit Management Institute focused on the work nonprofit leaders must do to achieve impact in today's quickly evolving operating environment.

  • Attendees explored the challenges and opportunities of collective impact and discussed how to accelerate the adoption of collective impact efforts and expedite social innovation.

  • The fifth annual Nonprofit Management Institute focused on the work nonprofit leaders must do to achieve impact in today's quickly evolving operating environment.

  • A one-day conference cohosted by SSIR and FSG to discuss and disseminate strategies for turning around our nation’s failing schools.

  • An extensive archive of podcasts from past Nonprofit Management Institutes, 2007 through 2009.

  • Photos from the third annual Social Entrepreneurship Day panel at Stanford, which featured a lively discussion on ways to start and grow a social enterprise.

  • Leaders of 16 global online giving marketplaces collaborated with philanthropy experts to tap the pulse of what’s really happening on the frontier of philanthropy.

SSIR Event Picks

Stanford PACS Calendar

  • The Anatomy of Innovation
    Date: 
    Mon, 04/28/2014 - 18:30 - 20:30
    Location: 
    New York City, 92Y (Lexington Avenue at 92nd St)

    Christian Seelos and Johanna Mair are engaged in research that aims to generate actionable insights on how productive innovation can occur in social sector organizations, and why it often does not. The duo will discuss internal and external factors that are known to impact the ability to innovate at the 92Y in New York City.

  • Junior Scholars Forum
    Date: 
    Thu, 06/19/2014 - 08:00 - Fri, 06/20/2014 - 17:00
    Location: 
    Stanford campus

    Junior Scholars Forum
    In Civil Society, the Nonprofit Sector, and Philanthropy

    The Stanford PACS Junior Scholars Forum will bring together newer researchers, including graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty, working in the general areas of civil society, the nonprofit sector, and philanthropy to increase the sense of intellectual community and enhance the overall quality of research.

    The goal of the PACS Junior Scholars Forum is to highlight exciting work being done by young scholars and to contribute to the development of their scholarship. We welcome submissions by graduate students and postdoctoral fellows as well as junior faculty. For this first year we want to cast a wide net and welcome submissions from a robust variety of disciplines and professional schools.

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