Give Smart

April 8th, 2011

Philanthropy is changing. Where it was once a process done by rote, today we expect results, accountability and very measurable metrics. Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and others have ushered in, what some see as, the Golden Age of philanthropy. Yet the facts are, that with all of this change, philanthropy still often under preforms. How can we change this? What are the questions we need to ask to make sure that a Golden Age of giving, truly becomes a Golden Age of results? Duke University Law and Public Policy Professor Joel Fleishman is an experienced participant in the philanthropic world and shares some of his expertise in his new book Give Smart: Philanthropy that Gets Results. My conversation with Joel Fleishman: