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


Tag: Psychology



Civil Society

The Color Bind: Talking (and Not Talking) About Race at Work


Individual Giving

Fatal Flaw

By Corey Binns | Feb. 19, 2014

Civil Society

Going With the “Idea Flow”

Reviewed By Amir Goldberg | Feb. 19, 2014

Social Change and the Shadow Side of Passion

Major opportunities to change the world often lie within our biggest personal challenges.

By Geraldine Hepp and Roshan Paul | 11 | Feb. 7, 2014


The New Nonprofit IPO

A unique funding model goes beyond donations and offers funders a tangible stake in organizations they support.

By Andy Posner & Mollie West | 20 | Jan. 29, 2014

Individual Giving

What Charity Navigator Gets Wrong About Effective Altruism

Why we can and must try to answer the question: What charities do the most good?

By William MacAskill | 22 | Dec. 3, 2013

Technology & Design

Designing a Learning Organization

How organizations can use design to better implement, share, and expand on knowledge.

By Matthew Scharpnick | 9 | Nov. 22, 2013

Civil Society

The Power of Being Seen

By Jessica Ruvinsky | Nov. 20, 2013

Social Entrepreneurship

Inside-Out Innovation

By SSIR Editors | Nov. 20, 2013

Social Entrepreneurship

Social Innovation From the Inside Out

By Warren Nilsson & Tana Paddock | 12 | Nov. 20, 2013