In a Johnson Center's 2020 11 Trends in Philanthropy report, it analyzes upcoming and developing issues in the nonprofit industry.
According to the report, millennials will make up more than half of the workforce in the United States, and the generation's desire for greater flexibility, transparency and meaning in their work is reshaping how nonprofit workplaces function.
The report also highlights trends like nonprofits will be on the front lines tackling climate change, and there is the increasing number and frequency of so-called tainted money and tainted donors.
Other trends, which are also analyzed in-depth in the report, include: Big Philanthropy, data mapping tools, collaboration and consolidation in philanthropy's infrastructure, data science, more focus on sustainable development goals, strategic philanthropy alternatives, corporate social responsibility models to align business and philanthropy, and inclusive growth requires urgent collaboration and deliberate patience. Read the Entire Article
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Promoting employee share and enabling customers to invest are better incentives than those provided by co-operatives. Co-operatives have adamantly remained a niche sector and doesn’t provide the right incentives for entrepreneurs.
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