What drives innovation at nonprofits? Is it the power structure, the rules and regulations, the size? How much money you can throw at a problem? Most past research has asked how these variables affect innovation within the business sector. “What I’m starting to see is that it’s more about who works for the organization,” says Kristina Jaskyte, who studies nonprofits from the School of Social Work at the University of Georgia. “That human factor is almost more important than the resources an...
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