We're highlighting two articles from the Stanford Social Innovation Review this week, one on recent findings that the nonprofit sector is struggling to invest in its own leadership - the other on new strategies for nonprofits to engage private sector to maximize impact.
- The Nonprofit Leadership Development Deficit - Libbie Landles-Cobb, Kirk Kramer & Katie Smith Milway
Research shows that nonprofit organizations aren't investing enough in their own leadership, which has negative implications for their productivity, as well as financial well-being.
- Non-Profit Corporate Partnerships: A New Framework - Tynesia Boyea-Robinson
"If the rise of B-corporations—for-profit businesses with a certified social impact mission—is any indication, private sector companies have valuable roles to play in social change. What’s more, they have a desire to participate in collective impact efforts."