Re-Constructing Philanthropy

“The Empire State Building is a marvel, one of the seven modern wonders of the world. Yet when it was built, the most revolutionary change wasn’t the architecture or the height, there were two other buildings built nearby, almost as high. The less acclaimed, quantum leap was in the construction practices by which the building was framed. Never before had a building been constructed the way they did it, as fast as they did it.” Paul Shoemaker makes a case for a similar radical fundamental change in the underlying practices with which we construct our philanthropy.

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