"Sustainable Business Models: Rethinking Value and Impact" has been published in Rethinking Strategic Management: Sustainable Strategizing for Positive Impact (Springer; Thomas Wunder, ed). You can take a look online, or get in touch for a copy.
The importance of the discoveries in the Philanthropy: Towards a Better Practice Model report are twofold: They give a snapshot of the current philanthropy landscape, showing what the current state of play is in Australia compared to other countries; and they give a baseline for future work to be built on.
The Philanthropy: Toward a Better Practise Model report showed a number of areas that could be strengthened between grantmakers and grantseekers. These areas still need strengthening; however the collaborative learning being done by the PIPP cohort shows a willingness to start.
The findings from the Philanthropy: Towards a Better Practise Model mean that the grantmakers and grantseekers now know the areas where they can become stronger to create better impacts and real improvements in the lives of beneficiaries.
The initial Philanthropy: Towards a Better Practise Model report done by the APSIC in 2018 showed that both grantmakers and grantseekers are united in their passion to support social change, but had areas to work on. While we can’t reveal what we’ve found in our survey yet, we can say that the passion of both grantmakers and grant seekers remains.
The Philanthropy: Towards a Better Practise Model report is the result of an analysis of the practises of grantmakers supporting not-for-profit organisations in Australia. Grantmakers and grantseekers were surveyed and interviewed to better understand how they approached giving, social impact and the use of evidence in decision-making. The report draws on...