Data experts, academics, practitioners, and social sector leaders led sessions on topics ranging from aligning practice with policy to creating a culture of data, and how Silicon Valley is facilitating data practices in civil society.
The eleventh annual Nonprofit Management Institute explored the power of network leadership to drive social change.
On May 3-5, 2016, Stanford Social Innovation Review hosted leaders from around the world at its inaugural Frontiers of Social Innovation forum to discuss the best ways to build a more inclusive society. Foundation presidents, scholars, social entrepreneurs, government officials, NGO leaders, philanthropists, and business executives explored the most recent research and thinking on the causes of social inequities, and, importantly, the approaches and programs that are proving to be most effective at creating a more economically just world.
This conference discussed how organizations can build powerful narratives with the support of data.
The tenth annual Nonprofit Management Institute explored how leaders could build resilience in their organizations, communities, and in themselves.
This conference brought together cross-sector leaders to explore new models to help address the world's educational needs.
The ninth annual Nonprofit Management Institute explored scaling for social impact.
The 2014 edition of this conference explored how social media can be used strategically to advance an organization's mission.