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The second in a four-part series on impact investing and the role of metrics.
Among all the differences between nonprofits and the corporate world, one contrast that is often overlooked but influential is the path to executive leadership.
What is the best approach for your organization?
Overcoming three common barriers to measuring impact.
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Tactics and tools for monitoring impact investments.
Tactics for negotiating the terms of an impact investment.
IRIS, PULSE, and GIIRS may sound like alphabet soup, but a growing and dynamic industry needs all three measurement tools.
India and Africa are ideal markets for distributed solar—will some of the $513 billion in commitments made at Riio+20 get deployed there?
If real, radical cultural change is a goal of the Clinton Global Initiative, then real rich people are part of the problem and fundamental to the solution.