Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal is the first online publication to bring a public focus to social innovators and their nonprofit organizations, foundations and social sector businesses in the Greater Philadelphia area, to recognize their successes and encourage others around the country to strive for similar results. As a forum for the region’s foremost social innovators, the Journal shares their expertise, strategies and ideas about topics such as leadership, human capital and disruptive innovation.
Special edition on literacy, highlighting the ambitious READ! by 4th Campaign (Ready, Engaged, Able and Determined by 4th Grade)
The Philadelphia Social Innovation Journal is collaborating with Wharton-QS Stars Reimagine Education 2014 to highlight the best pedagogical innovations around the world in this Special Holiday Mini Edition.
The Philadelphia Region’s Nonprofits & Innovations in Economic Development in partnership with Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC) and Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC).
The Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal is an important new venture that will highlight the regions social innovators and organizations. Public Health Management Corporation is excited to be a partner in the project, and one important lesson we have learned as an entrepreneurial organization is that social innovation only moves the needle when execution follows conceptualization. And when it does, real social change happens.”
Richard Cohen, President and CEO, Public Health Management Corporation
- Special Editions
Presents a comprehensive overview and in-depth analysis of an issue faced by the region and nation.
- Featured Social Innovations
Profiles an innovative, proven-effective (or proven-ineffective) solution to an important social, environmental or organizational problem.
Features the opinion of a provocative thought leader in a nonprofit, a socially responsibly business or a government agency.
- Disruptive Innovations
Profiles an innovative, promising, yet still unproven solution to an important social, environmental or organizational problem.
- What Works & What Doesn't Work
Presents an in-depth analysis of a management challenge faced by a nonprofit, a socially responsible business or a government agency
Relates the experiences of a provoking and credible leader in a nonprofit, a socially responsible business, or a government agency.
Features future trends within the social sector by cutting edge thought provoking leaders.
- Nominated Innovations
- Book Reviews