Social Innovation and Impact in Nonprofit Leadership
Posted by Social Innovations Lab on November 17, 2014
Guide for nonprofits on social innovation published
Springer Publishing Company and The Social Innovations Lab have announced the release of the first guide and toolkit for social innovation and impact, Social Innovation and Impact in Nonprofit Leadership, to assist leaders and managers in creating and leading change and social innovation in the 21st Century.
Written by leading experts in the field, the guide defines the essential competencies needed by leaders to create change within the social sector.
The publication features organizational case-studies, written by practitioners who have demonstrated their recognition of social problems and used innovative principles to organize, create and manage ventures to make social change locally, regionally and beyond. Through these case studies, readers will examine the business planning process and elements of social innovation and change management through a series of innovations that have transpired in government, nonprofits and in cross-section with the private sector.
The book is now available for purchase online by going here.
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