Co-directors, Johanna Mair and Christian Seelos, from the Global Innovation for Impact Lab at Stanford PACS, have won the Terry McAdam Book Award. Their groundbreaking research highlighted in their book, Innovation and Scaling for Impact: How Effective Social Enterprises Do It, reviews how innovation can successfully be enacted in social enterprises and provides guides for action as well as recommendations to build knowledge to scale for expanded impact.
Victoria Thurlow, chair of the award selection committee, defined the importance of the book, “The Terry McAdam Book Award honors an outstanding new book that makes a substantial contribution to the field of nonprofit management and capacity building. We’re enthusiastic about the selection of ‘Innovation and Scaling for Impact’ and the new insights this book offers to leaders in our sector.”
Read the full press release here.
Watch the webinar in honor of the award.