Takeaways from a discussion on the promises and perils of innovation in the social sector.
Blackstone’s Amy Stursberg explains how the Blackstone Charitable Foundation has focused on job creation and created a platform for near- and long-term impact.
When we back only proven and incremental ideas, we miss out on the opportunity to test new ones that could potentially change millions of lives.
We need more investors to share their impact performance data.
Turning a bunch of money into a lot of impact.
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Grantmakers and nonprofits must come to a mutual understanding of the true costs of change.
City, state, and federal government agencies in the United States could benefit from the creative energy of new companies dedicated to the unique challenges of the public sector.
How an organization distributes a life-improving technology matters more to its commercial success than the product itself.
By creating mechanisms to efficiently plan for uncertainty, philanthropists can ensure that they maintain forward momentum and keep their impact on track.
Three abilities every foundation needs to achieve long-term impact.