15th Annual Nonprofit Management Institute COVID-19: Reshaping Social Innovation September 22-24
Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review on July 28, 2020
Join us for an ONLINE convening of the 15th Annual Nonprofit Management Institute COVID-19: Reshaping Social Innovation, September 22-24, 2020.
The nonprofit sector has weathered many challenges, but nothing matches the scope and speed of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nonprofit organizations have been severely affected, and all nonprofit leaders have taken steps to respond and to help their organizations survive. In the process, many have discovered new ways to operate their organizations, offer programs, and provide services to constituents. At the same time, problems like institutional racism, lack of access to basic health care, and growing levels of economic disparity, to name just a few, have become strikingly apparent and taken on new urgency during the pandemic.
What can we learn from this experience, and how can we come out stronger as a sector?
For a preview of the sort of engaging discussions you can expect, listen to our podcast from last year’s NMI, “Scaling and Innovation” featuring Christian Seelos. In this session, Seelos argues that if an organization doesn’t know how to learn or scale, innovation isn’t the answer to its struggles: https://ssir.org/podcasts/entry/scaling_and_innovation.
Did you know that all NMI 2020 sessions are eligible for CFRE continuing education credits?
To find out more and to register, please visit: http://www.ssirinstitute.org/#tile_tickets_anchor?utm_source=Event_Email&utm_campaign=SSIR_Live&utm_medium=Email
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