Cases in Innovative Nonprofits provides you with current comparative case studies of innovative non-profit organizations that are meeting the needs of humanity around the world. It provides inspiring examples of social entrepreneurs who have instituted new services to meet the needs of both new and long standing social problems. Each case features either an unidentified need and its successful response, or an existing need that was tackled in a unique and innovative manner.
By using a simple, identical format for each case, this text facilitates your learning through comparative review, providing a deeper understanding about the complexity and steps required to achieve non-profit social innovation.
- Each case is based on a common outline that allows you to easily navigate them and make comparisons
- Concluding “Lessons Learned” chapter provides a summary of the themes that emerge from the cases and gives you an outline of the practical dimensions involved in carrying out non-profit innovations
- A broad array of non-profit innovations from around the world provides a balanced picture of the sector and shows commonalities between cases that come from different countries, regions, and fields
- Discussion questions at the end of each case ask you to reflect and analyse the innovation as well think creatively and initiate successful innovations.