Monday, January 5, 2009

The Networked Nonprofit

“Management wisdom says that nonprofits must be large and in charge to do the most good. But some of the world’s most successful organisations instead stay small, sharing their load with like-minded, long-term partners. The success of these networked nonprofits suggests that organisations should focus less on growing themselves and more on cultivating their networks.” Quoted from “The Networked Non-Profit “ by Jane Wei-Skillern and Sonia Marciano in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Stanford Graduate School of Business, 2007.

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Caught in the Middle: What Small, Non-profit Organizations Need to Survive and Flourish

Canadian paper about the struggles for small community organizations, by Voluntary Sector Initiative (VSI).

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