Organizational Development Innovative approaches to internally driven, organization-wide efforts to achieve strategic goals
Five years ago, Bill Drayton described the emergence of a new organizational model for the social sector. Recent research highlights its promise.
Employee-driven corporate social initiatives promise greater success than standard programs.
Since 2003, Stanford Social Innovation Review has provided a forum for social-change leaders to share new ideas and best practices, and learn from one another.
Companies that create a climate of volunteering can see benefits even among non-volunteers.
Emerging organizations, even if they’re new and small, can help catalyze change in social services.
To build stronger relationships with development staff, nonprofit leaders must understand the work and set feasible fundraising goals.
More nonprofits are managing their brands to create greater impact and organizational cohesion.
A clear definition of equity would seem paramount to galvanizing philanthropy into action around this increasingly used term—but the field is only beginning to explore what it really means.