Foundation CEOs play a complex, ever-more-demanding role—a role that may not lend itself to on-the-job training.
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.
Philanthropic efforts funded by private family wealth—long common in the United States—are on the rise worldwide.
The experience of prize-winning social sector leaders highlights the enduring lessons of nonprofit management. Part one of a six-part series.
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In places like rural Guatemala, the quest to sustain a vital social enterprise often depends on finding the right private-sector partner.
Evaluating efforts to promote shifts in policy requires methods that are at once rigorous and flexible.
An initiative undertaken by the World Bank reveals a troubling gap in the financing of social enterprises.
Civil society organizations are dramatically changing how countries bring an end to violent political conflict.
The long, hard struggle to alter US policy on HIV/AIDS assistance shows that advocacy can deliver a real payoff.