Spring 2014 Article Reprints

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The new nonprofit-business hybrids that have been cropping up lately assert that they are a distinct form. But are they? by Ruth McCambridge
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In this article, the authors propose a useful framework for assessing hybridization in the sector: institutional logics. by Fredrik O. Andersson and Brent Never
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There is exciting, innovative activity at the intersection of investment and philanthropy, but, the author maintains, the innovations are constrained by old-fashioned thinking. by Buzz Schmidt
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This article describes how nonprofit partners transformed a simple food supply chain into a hybrid food value chain. by Nevin Cohen, PhD, and Dennis Derryck, PhD
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What happens to accountability when you begin to create hybrids by sector? by Rae André, PhD
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The article looks at the Internet's effect on American political organizations and outlines how changes in information technology have transformed their "organizational layer." by David Karpf, PhD
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Here, the author explains that a hybrid media system is replacing the media logics of the past, and uses the U.K. citizens' movement 38 Degrees to illustrate. by Andrew Chadwick, PhD
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What exactly are L3Cs, how are they currently operating, and what potential problems do they pose for the nonprofit sector? by Rick Cohen
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This article compares two different stories of social enterprise--the heroic and the "small batch"--and outlines the different values that they represent. by Brian Cognato
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The development of hybrid nonprofits poses new challenges for organizations, but relatively scant research has been devoted to analyzing the implications or developing strategies for management. by Steven Rathgeb Smith, PhD, and Chris Skelcher, PhD
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Whether buried conflicts in the workplace or a pathological executive director, no problems is too difficult for the good doctor. by Mark Light, MBA, PhD
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In this article, the director of the Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal at the Hudson Institute raises questions about how an obsessive focus on outcomes and insistence on proof of "success" threaten to gut the work of the sector. by William Schambra
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Are there revenue streams around your organization that are untapped? And is your board well enough structured to bridge a relationship? by Brent Never
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How has nonprofit management curricula evolved, and are they meeting the demands of today's leadership challenges? by Judith L. Millesen, PhD
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