In collaboration with the Alliance for Children and Families, Baker Tilly’s not-for-profit consultants authored this forward-looking report. Baker Tilly consultants presented the compelling results at the 2011 Alliance for Children and Families and United Neighborhood Centers National Conference in Washington, D.C. The report and presentation position nonprofit organizations to thrive in the future.
Based on the vision of the Alliance’s former President, Peter Goldberg, this study sought input from the best minds in the nonprofit sector and focused on identifying disruptive forces anticipated to create opportunities and the need for transformative change during the next three to five years.
Incorporating the results of focus groups and surveys of nonprofit executive directors, key program staff, philanthropists, academics, and foundation members, this engaging report identifies six disruptive forces that are likely to require significant change within the nonprofit sector.
A “disruptive force" is:
In addition to identifying the six disruptive forces, the report discusses:
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