East Asia’s Role in Global Social Innovation, Jaff Shen & Fan Li
东亚在全球社会创新中的角色, 沈东曙 & 李凡
Stanford Social Innovation Review, Spring 2017
SSIR is pleased to partner with the Leping Foundation to produce a translated edition of our quarterly print magazine. The SSIR Chinese-language edition is dedicated to advancing and educating the growing social-innovation sector in China. SSIR also publishes supplements in English featuring diverse case studies from East Asia.
Stanford PACS also publishes several books, articles and research papers to broaden and deepen engagement with the philanthropic and social impact sector globally.
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Whether you are a grantmaking professional, a private philanthropist, or a grant seeker who works at a nonprofit organization, the goal of this handbook is to help you think about organizational capacity (OC) in a new and helpful way: as part of organizational (and grantmaking) strategy, not as an afterthought that somehow happens, more often than not, haphazardly. In addition to laying out a new way of conceptualizing OC, this book includes a set of simple, practical tools and reference materials to apply the idea of “strategic organizational capacity” to your own work assessing, investing in, and strengthening nonprofit capacity to make a positive difference in the world. Learn more.