Is Strategic Philanthropy Yesterday’s News?

Anyone who deals with philanthropy understands that part of the price of admission to the coffers of some foundations is a willingness to deal with philanthropic fads that are absolute one day and obsolete the next. Sometimes the constructs change with top leadership and sometimes they just wear themselves and us out, and wither away. Here Bill Schambra takes on the recent article, “Strategic Philanthropy for a Complex World” as one example of this syndrome.