NFF’s Jina Paik outlines strategies used by nonprofits over the past few years to address the changes in public and private funding brought about by the challenging economic environment, and notes: “While organizations will certainly need to include new options in their tool kit of responses, the tried and true will continue to be important.”
“Crowding out,” “venture philanthropy,” “social enterprise,” “game theory”. . . . Is it time for nonprofits to push back against this invasion of for-profit models and trends, and cultivate our own management frameworks?
This article explores some of the challenges and opportunities introduced into our workplace by the continuing rise of technology, and asks, Will we embrace the discomfort of the new or will we “leave the possibilities on the table.”