Disruptive Forces in the News
Read what others are saying about Disruptive Forces: Driving A Human Services Revolution.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
"Some of the six trends detailed in the report will sound familiar. ... But the report also includes some provocative observations that are likely to spur debate."
—Nicole Wallace, The Chronicle of Philanthropy blog, ‘Disruptive Forces’ Face Nonprofits, Oct. 17, 2011
Social Velocity Blog
Named among top social innovation reads.
—Social Velocity Blog, 10 Great Social Innovation Reads: October, Nov. 7, 2011
The OPEN MINDS Circle
"A new report added additional depth to my thinking on disruptive innovation—the recently released Disruptive Forces: Driving a Human Services Revolution, by The Alliance for Children and Families and Baker Tilly."
—Monica E. Oss, CEO of OPEN MINDS, The OPEN MINDS Circle, "The Forces of Disruption in Human Services"
National Human Services Assembly
“Crisis into Opportunity – A New Report from the Alliance Helps Human Service Organizations Thrive in Tough Times: The human services nonprofit sector is facing new challenges like the aging of clients, increasing cultural diversity of communities, and a tight fiscal climate. Disruptive Forces: Driving a Human Services Revolution, a new report from the Alliance for Children and Families, examines this issue and helps organizations understand how to maintain high performance, despite difficult constraints, while also identifying game-changing opportunities.”
—Human Service Newsbytes newsletter
"A series of disruptive forces in the delivery of human services will offer nonprofits willing to take chances, forge networks and share information the ability to thrive in coming years, but could be the death knell for organizations that are inflexible and stuck in survival mode, a report released today by the Alliance for Children and Families states."
John Kelly, Youth Today, "Alliance Report Predicts Opportunities and Pitfalls for Nonprofits in the Near Future", Oct. 17, 2011