Philanthropy is a surprisingly complex world. There is just as much competition, red tape and politics as in finance or the startup world.
Other complexities exist between the old guard of philanthropy and the new, disruptive groups of young people in social good. Both groups are fighting to achieve their goals and get their share of voice and funds. There are many theories and approaches to philanthropy and how these organizations can and should be run, which can be both empowering and frustrating for those trying to impact social change.
It is important for entrepreneurs and start-ups to learn from philanthropists and continue with philanthropic efforts but it’s also important for these social good organizations to understand how to operate like a startup for their own benefit and progress. So what can these worlds learn from one another?
Read on at Entrepreneur to find out.