To create a healthy society the plural sector needs to take its rightful place alongside the private and public sectors.
New and in-depth explorations of solutions to social, environmental, or organizational problems
By adopting a model from business, nonprofit organizations can launch, test, and implement new programs and services more efficiently. Includes magazine extras.
For decades, time banking has been a relatively small-scale movement. But signs are emerging that it may be an idea whose time has come.
Financiers represent a growing percentage of board members at some of America’s most prestigious nonprofits, resulting in poorer governance.
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In many parts of the world, corporations today are cultivating partnerships with locally rooted organizations that promote a multi-faceted approach to women’s empowerment. Includes magazine extras.
Rapid advances in technology are changing philanthropy in fundamental ways—making it potentially more rational, effective, collaborative, transparent, and democratic.
Bringing innovation to the public sector is famously difficult. But efforts that open up the public sector value chain to multiple stakeholders can deliver impressive results.
Conservationists are devising new ways to strategically use financial incentives—such as conservation easements—to preserve nature.