The principles of collective impact offer important lessons for architects of global collaborative efforts.
A commitment to impact evaluation is the mark of a nonprofit organization that takes its work seriously.
One test of a nonprofit organization hinges on whether it can manage a difficult leadership transition.
High-performing nonprofits benefit from having a board of directors that functions as more than a rubber stamp.
The evaluation of nonprofit outcomes shouldn't focus exclusively on programmatic activity. Here's a look at what it means to take frontline work seriously.
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The three hurdles that nonprofit managers must overcome to create successful mergers. Includes magazine extras.
Supplements to the article “Why Nonprofit Mergers Continue to Lag.”
The cofounder of and a consultant at The Bridgespan Group elaborate on important strategies for scaling up social impact.
The VP of program at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation explains how her organization supports local nonprofits.
The president and CEO of the Annie E. Casey Foundation writes about the importance of working with public systems.