Choices and paradigms in the social ecosystem.
- How could the social ecosystem transform in the new normal?
- If a charity is in dire need of cash, should it accept a donation that might be tainted?
- What happens when we place a value on all things in our marketised society?
- Can the corporate beast be harnessed without reconstituting corporations?
- Should charities be allowed to run businesses?
Willie Cheng provides his perspectives to these and many more questions in this sequel to Doing Good Well: What Does (and Does Not) Makes Sense in the Nonprofit World.
In this second collection of “do good” paradigms, he challenges the status quo and the shifts resulting from the convergence of the social and business sectors. His analysis and logic are supported by research, case studies and examples gleaned from his many years of experience in both sectors.
Written in an easy, friendly and readable style, this book provides valuable insights for volunteers, executives and leaders in nonprofits and corporates who want to know how they can succeed in doing good better in the new world order.