Network Power for Philanthropy and Nonprofits

Drawing on cases of nonprofit networks, this article makes a case for widespread use of networks in the civil sector and examines the practical uses of the knowledge developed by “network science.” Individual chapters focus on the formation and structure of networks for philanthropy and non-profits from the most essential stages of development – framing and defining the term “network” itself – to the dynamics within existing networks and the interactions that sustain them over time. Written by Peter Plastrik and Madeleine Taylor for the Barr Foundation.

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