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


Tag: Marketing & Communication



Civil Society

Civil Society and Significant Change—Are We Ready?

Given the scope and urgency of the many changes facing the social sector, it’s time to build new bridges for cross-sector and cross-generation learning.

By Bonnie Koenig | 7 | Jun. 21, 2013


Can a “Like” Save a Life?

A Georgetown University and Waggener Edstrom study sheds new light on the debate surrounding the effectiveness of online influence.

By Julie Dixon | 6 | Jun. 11, 2013

Economic Development

Product Paternalism

Women’s empowerment means voter choice, partner choice, healthcare choice, reproductive choice, career choice, and consumer choice.

By Jonathan C. Lewis | 6 | Jun. 10, 2013


It Can Be Smart to Dumb Things Down

Keeping your message simple helps mobilize people in support of your goals.

By Doug Hattaway & Jenn Henrichsen | 2 | May. 17, 2013


Six Mobile Marketing Strategies for Nonprofits

If your organization doesn’t have a mobile marketing strategy in place, it’s time to build one—here's how.

By Julie Szabo | 6 | May. 13, 2013


The Critical Role of the Strategic Brand

Featuring Nathalie Kylander | Apr. 16, 2013


Social Change Anytime Everywhere

By Allyson Kapin & Amy Sample Ward | Apr. 10, 2013


Should Nonprofits Act Like Businesses or People?

Community-focused approaches disrupting the nonprofit sector.

By Amy Sample Ward | 5 | Apr. 10, 2013

Technology & Design

From Politics to Public Policy: Part 4

How campaign lessons can amplify your work. In part four: ten key takeaways.

By The Joyce Foundation | Apr. 9, 2013

Technology & Design

From Politics to Public Policy: Part 3

How campaign lessons can amplify your work. In part three: Embrace the change.

By Michael Slaby | Apr. 9, 2013