New report stresses that those donors, private foundations and community foundations engaging in philanthropy must “act bigger” and “adapt better” in the future
Philanthropic practices must change radically to have a meaningful impact on today's "wicked problems," such as climate change, education reform, poverty, food security and much more. That's the message from “What’s Next for Philanthropy,” a new report published in July 2010 by Monitor Institute, a member of the Monitor Group, a global consulting firm founded in 1983 by Harvard Business School business strategy guru, Michael Porter. The report starts with the premise that the status quo ...
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