Stanford Publication Cites CSP as Systems Change Exemplar
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Stanford Publication Cites CSP as Systems Change Exemplar

In its piece about how to effectively use systems change to realize social change, The Stanford Innovation Review calls the Compassionate Schools Project a “… systems change endeavor that has used thoughtful research and analysis to hone its approach.”

From the article:

“The message is clear: Our focus should be more on solving problems through creative collaboration, and less on the establishment and perpetuation of new institutions. In addition, we need to develop and employ system entrepreneurs who are skilled in coordinating systematic approaches to addressing the complex, large-scale problems of our time…. A growing number of philanthropists and nonprofits are embracing the principles of systems change as an effective way to solve the world’s biggest problems.”

Read the full article: “Solving the World’s Biggest Problems: Better Philanthropy Through Systems Change