More
thoughts
on

 Disrup/ng
Philanthropy


Lucy
Bernholz
 London
 30
March
2011


Familiar
structures
in
music


We
can
find
par/cipants
in
new
ways


We
can
organize
par/cipants
in
new
 ways


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We
can
change
the
par/cipants


We
can
change
what
they
do


But
this
structure…


With
this
music
(code)…


…won’t
produce
this
music…


…or
this
music…


Familiar
structures
in
social
sector

Public


Philanthropic


Private


Forces
of
change

Funding
cuts
 Open
Gov
mvmt


Revenue
needs
 Innova/on
in
forms
 Desire
to
innovate
&
show
impact


Innova/ons
in
forms
 Growth
in
CSR
 Growth
in
cause
marke/ng


How
and
where
we
par/cipate


How
we
measure
success


How
we
finance
change

Impact
inves/ng
 Embedded
Giving 
 
Social
Investment
Markets
 
Embedded
Giving 
 
Social
Investment



What
kinds
of
enterprises
we
create

•  B
Corpora/ons


•  Networks


Why
it
maBers

•  New
organiza/onal
forms
bring
new
talent
 and
new
strategies
(new
forms
for
good)
 •  Order
of
magnitude
growth
as
new
forms
tap
 new
capital
(new
money
for
good)
 •  Transparency
and
accountability
differ
across
 forms
(we
need
new
rules
for
good)


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