I set out to see if the organizational models of two successful Vietnamese nonprofits were location-specific.
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An interview with Alberto Ibargüen, president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
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Social impact bonds. Evidence-based funding. Investing in what works. To what do we owe this explosion of “pay-or-performance” funding models?…
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Health care needs large-scale innovation that introduces higher-quality, lower-cost providers through a system that's mobile, digital, and efficient.
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"The New Abnormal" best describes the current economic and political condition of our nation.