Philanthropy's Next Ten Years

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2010 Annual Meeting Keynote speaker, Katherine Fulton, President of the Monitor Institute, shared lessons emerging from Monitor's work with funders nationwide over the past decade, lessons that are shaping the work of leading philanthropic practitioners and thinkers.Her insights encouraged participants to dialogue on key questions: * What will it take to get the job done? * What new tools, new behaviors, new mindsets and new skill sets?

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  • 1. Philanthropys Next Ten Years
    March 2010

2. Our Vantage Point
3. The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence;
it is to act with yesterdays logic.
Peter Drucker
4. New Scale
New Tools
New Players
New Demands
New Competition
New Attention
The World
The Field
Philanthropys Shifting Ecology
Mission
Strategy
Vision
Resources
You
New Challenges
New Possibilities
Philanthropy and Non-Profits at a Crossroads
A Global Network Society Emerges
5. The Next Chapter in Philanthropys Story
Knowledge Age: Reorganization
of Philanthropy
Reinvention of U.S. Organized Philanthropy
Industrial Age: Invention of Modern U.S. Organized Philanthropy
1950
2010
1890
number of foundations
about60,000
a few hundred
6. Philanthropy today takes place in a context that is radically different from the environment in which many of its current practices and behaviors were developedand indeed, which is quite different from 10 years ago
7. What Time is It?
March 2010
8. One Big Shift:A Sober Moment Full of Challenges
9. Tomorrows Logic:The sectors shifting roles
10. Tomorrows Logic: A Larger and More Diverse Social Change Landscape
Scientists
Celebrities
Social entrepreneurs
Business-people
Politicians
Movement leaders
Software engineers
Ministers
and amateurs of all stripes
11. Tomorrows Logic:The Evolution of Work and Decision Making
Independent,
Decentralized
Decision Makers
Centralized
Decision Makers
Connected,
Decentralized
Decision Makers
Source: Thomas W. Malone, MIT
12. Ushahidi Would Have Been Unimaginable
13. A Summary of Tomorrows Logic:The Emerging Context for Philanthropy

  • Wicked problems and social complexity

14. New pressures for transparency, responsiveness, and public participation 15. Impact expected, not just innovation 16. The HOW is shifting: New tools and opportunities for engagement , information sharing, and access to diverse perspectives and input