Transformational leaders capitalize on the creativity that employees have.
KaBOOM! How One Man Built a Movement to Save Play by Darell Hammond
Organizations should focus less on growing themselves and more on cultivating their networks.
A recent study found three common barriers to knowledge sharing across nonprofits and their networks, as well as ways and means to overcome them.
Why local ownership and commitment are the exception in most development efforts—and what development professionals can do about this problem.
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Engineers Without Borders’ new website, Admitting Failure, gives new life to “good failures.” It aims to help organizations learn from others’ mistakes.
Nonprofit Sustainability: Making Strategic Decisions for Financial Viability by Jeanne Bell, Jan Masaoka & Steve Zimmerman
The media introduce social movements to the masses, but how do social movements make it into the media?
A veteran social entrepreneur provides a guide to those who are thinking through the thorny question of whether to create a nonprofit, a for-profit, or something in between.
Social entrepreneurs have taken the hybrid model to a new level, crafting it into a single structure that can operate as both a for-profit and a nonprofit.