How do we prevent collaboration from sweeping through nonprofits as a passing fad?
Audio lectures brought to you by Social Innovation Conversations, co-hosted by Stanford Social Innovation Review's Managing Editor Eric Nee.
Personal connections and influence can be crucial in garnering support for an organization’s cause.
Technology can enable micro-contributions that allow individuals to accomplish difficult tasks in place of institutional approaches.
Dr. James Doty highlights our "compassion deficit" and the need to recognize the societal and individual benefits of altruism.
From the 2013 Nonprofit Management Institute, Kenyon explains how the intersection of mobile, social, and technology is changing nonprofits.
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In his 2013 Nonprofit Management Institute talk, Doug Hattaway outlines the components of effective campaigns: an exciting goal, motivational language, and compelling call to action.
Human capital is the most valuable asset in the social sector. Discover how nonprofits can create a recruiting framework and demonstrate organizational value to employees.
Rockwood Leadership Institute president Akaya Windwood discusses how we can get movements and sectors to work together to advance the common good.
Stanford Professor Tina Seelig discusses how to unlock creative genius through a set of tools and conditions we each have in our control—our “innovation engine.”
Harvard researcher Nathalie Kylander challenges traditional branding principles and proposes a new framework for developing a more strategic brand.