Innovation for Social Change

How Wildly Successful Nonprofits Inspire and Deliver Results
by Leah Kral (Author)
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Transform your nonprofit’s ability to innovate for the future

In Innovation for Social Change, distinguished author Leah Kral delivers a practical manual for nonprofits and charitable organizations seeking to innovate their way toward new and exciting possibilities. In the book, you’ll explore hands-on design thinking strategies and techniques you can use as a disciplined process for exploring what’s possible in your organization. You’ll learn how to identify hidden needs, deal with the knock-on effects of your ideas, and focus your efforts where they can have the most impact.

You’ll also discover how to transform your ideas into action, building small experiments and learning from them before scaling them up organization-wide, and how to create an ecosystem for everyday innovation. Finally, the author explains what we can learn from social entrepreneurs as they boldly challenge the status quo.

The book also includes:

  • Six basic and mutually reinforcing principles that will help you become more innovative today
  • Instructive and engaging case studies from nonprofits with a variety of missions, visions, and political backgrounds
  • Strategies for applying straightforward principles from economics to supercharge nonprofit innovation

A can’t-miss roadmap to creative innovation, Innovation for Social Change will earn a place in the libraries of nonprofit board members, managers, fundraisers, and other professionals in the charitable space.

Publication date
November 22, 2022
Page count
Paper ISBN
File size
2 MB
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