William D. Eggers and Paul Macmillan of Dowser write about the social entrepreneurs slowly and steadily dirsupting the world of philanthropy. According to Forbes, philanthropy disruptors are those that believe “no one company is so vital that it can’t be replaced and no single business model too perfect to upend.”
Eggers and Macmillan point out the “rigid silos of traditional industry, government — and even many foundations — run directly against the disruptive thinking of the solution economy. So rather than navigating fragmented hierarchies to advance an agenda, social entrepreneurs and organization ‘intrapreneurs’ begin with the problem itself.”
via Meet The Social Entrepreneurs Completely Disrupting The World Of Philanthropy.