Successful collective impact initiatives embed evaluation in their DNA and use it to make better decisions about the future.
Emerging lessons on using data and resources to improve the prospects of young people.
Government policies too often impede, rather than enhance, collaborative efforts.
Traditional aid organizations and newer, more volunteer-driven groups view their work in notably different ways.
Foundations need to adopt a more emergent approach to strategic philanthropy.
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The work of transforming an organization starts with a readiness to question its scale, its scope, and even its core identity.
It’s time for people in the nonprofit community to reclaim the language of nonprofit evaluation.
Aflatoun, a global social and financial education program, is relying on partnerships rather than centralized control to scale up.
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.