Investors need ways to gauge social impact and business health. Cross-subsidy models can help.
By embracing a more-inclusive outreach approach, effective philanthropy advocates can attract more funders.
Blending practices and theory to improve health outcomes outside the clinical setting.
B Corps have an opportunity to dramatically increase their social and environmental performance by upgrading their internal management practices.
Solving major social problems is now possible, but not unless the organizations that have been most responsible for making a difference change significantly.
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More than ever we are seeing a blurring of the lines between the nonprofit and for-profit sectors—but that is not always a good thing. An introduction to the summer 2015 issue.
How to use oral histories to capture the past and communicate in the future.
Our understanding of community can help funders and evaluators identify, understand, and strengthen the communities they work with.
Business education should include lessons from market-based approaches to international development goals in developing countries.
Business efforts must become more sustainable and responsible to turn the tide on social inequity and environmental decay. Net positive is a new standard that can help ensure a resilient and regenerative world.