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


Tag: Human Capital



Impact Investing

Complete Capital

By Antony Bugg-Levine | 4 | Nov. 14, 2012

Social Entrepreneurship

Hiring Talent for the Social Enterprise Means Going Young

A look at the prospects and perils of building the right team.

By David Batstone | 8 | Oct. 31, 2012
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Nonprofit Management

Don’t Just Scale, Retrofit! – Part 2

Most nonprofits are more apt to benefit from retrofitting rather than scaling strategies.

By John Brothers | 2 | Jul. 17, 2012

Measuring Social Impact

Learning from Silicon Valley

By Matt Bannick & Eic Hallstein | May. 16, 2012

Social Entrepreneurship

Avoiding the “Hope Bubble”

We must invest in the financial literacy of social entrepreneurs and in the social literacy of investors.

By Johanna Mair | 2 | Feb. 6, 2012


Social Impact Bonds: Lessons from the Field

In piloting social impact bonds, governments have already yielded some lessons from the field.

By Michael Belinsky | 7 | Jan. 23, 2012

Nonprofit Management

Searching for Jane Goodall

If two thirds of nonprofit executive directors step down in the next five years, who will carry the torch?



The Missing Link in School Reform

By Carrie R. Leana | 21 | Aug. 16, 2011


Matching Human Capital with Financial Capital Will Make SIF’s Millions Go Farther

Human capital can either be an unanticipated barrier to success or an effective catalyst for achieving it.

By James Weinberg | Jul. 27, 2010


Third Sector Grit

From stories of "firmness of mind" to "unyielding courage," Third Sector Grit is the driving—but often unrecognized—force behind many nonprofits.

By John Brothers | 1 | Mar. 4, 2010