Innovation and change in non-profit organisations

by Don Macdonald | 12 November 2019
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Category: Economics
The global non-profit sector is vast. Over 1.5 million organizations are registered in the US alone, and the UK charity sector rivals the motor industry in scale. Yet non-profit organizations - and smaller community groups in particular - face a number of challenges. While technology and social media have enabled unprecedented levels of communication, rising inequality and funding cuts have made operations much harder to sustain. Against this complex and shifting landscape, Innovation and Change in Non-Profit Organizations brings together highly regarded specialists including Charles Fraser, Sarah Brennan, Tommy Hutchison and Sian Lockwood to stimulate new ideas for innovation, community action and social enterprise. Together, these contributors reflect on their achievements, challenge conventional wisdom, explore best practice, and offer inspirational advice for learning and deploying new skills across a wide range of fields and contexts. Gives voice to leaders, activists and action researchers who have made a significant impact and whose insights are based on first-hand experience at the coal face Describes exciting projects started by small and medium sized community groups all over the world, and shares the strategies they have used to survive and evolve Explores hot issues such as digital communication, procurement, sustainability and crowdfunding, stimulating imaginative thinking and describing practical solutions CEO-level contributors include Charles Fraser (St Mungo's), Sarah Brennan (Young Minds), Tommy Hutchison (i-genius) and Sian Lockwood (Community Catalysts)
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The global non-profit sector is vast. Over 1.5 million organizations are registered in the US alone, and the UK charity sector rivals the motor industry in scale. Yet non-profit organizations - and smaller community groups in particular - face a number of challenges. While technology and social media have enabled unprecedented levels of communication, rising inequality and funding cuts have made operations much harder to sustain. Against this complex and shifting landscape, Innovation and Change in Non-Profit Organizations brings together highly regarded specialists including Charles Fraser, Sarah Brennan, Tommy Hutchison and Sian Lockwood to stimulate new ideas for innovation, community action and social enterprise. Together, these contributors reflect on their achievements, challenge conventional wisdom, explore best practice, and offer inspirational advice for learning and deploying new skills across a wide range of fields and contexts. Gives voice to leaders, activists and action researchers who have made a significant impact and whose insights are based on first-hand experience at the coal face Describes exciting projects started by small and medium sized community groups all over the world, and shares the strategies they have used to survive and evolve Explores hot issues such as digital communication, procurement, sustainability and crowdfunding, stimulating imaginative thinking and describing practical solutions CEO-level contributors include Charles Fraser (St Mungo's), Sarah Brennan (Young Minds), Tommy Hutchison (i-genius) and Sian Lockwood (Community Catalysts)
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€41.93
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