For the Wonderful Wonks Who Work & Volunteer for Nonprofits 

The Stanford Social Innovation Review is a new quarterly publication from that university's graduate school of business. It's targeted to people interested nonprofit management, philanthropy, and corporate citizenship. I haven't studied the site, but some of the content is free (meanwhile, a subscription will cost a hefty $69 for four issues.) Funny, because, as soon as I saw it, I thought of the study, Knowledge Sharing in the Social Sector, by the nonprofit consulting firm affiliated with the elite management consultancy Bain & Co. The study said such a journal was lacking in the nonprofit sector. And sure enough, the first issue has an article from the director of Bridgepsan.********************Categories: Giving, Working

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