A new article by Kania, Kramer and Russell in the Summer edition of Stanford Social Innovation Review focuses on what it takes for strategic philanthropy to achieve impact. Its implications
In their latest piece, Impact Investing 2.0 looks at how the impact investing market has developed since the landmark Monitor Institute report on the sector was released in 2009. The
Nesta and Rockefeller Foundation have launched a ‘DIY Toolkit’ for practitioners working in social innovation for development. The tool, which was developed from the foundations laid by hundreds of the most commonly
Calling all Professional Advisers: What do you think about advising clients on their charitable giving?
QUT Business School invites any Australian professional adviser working directly with clients to spend 10 minutes to complete an anonymous survey at:http://survey.qut.edu.au/f/180040/4e9a/.
The Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies (ACPNS),