A greater sense of urgency can help foundations better use their strategy and evaluation data to learn, unlearn, and improve.
How international organizations gain insight, innovation, and internal alignment through story.
A new, groundbreaking initiative will codify and quantify the factors used in social impact programs that are proven to produce outcomes.
Collecting data to demonstrate your organization’s impact is great to do when you should, wasteful when you should not.
A new framework emerges for social innovation education.
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Exemplary grantmakers follow evidence, not presumptions, and recognize that effective strategy requires transforming enough things, not everything.
To enable significant impact, organizations should ask three key questions and decide if formal planning and evaluation are the right approaches to finding the answers.
Better knowledge management depends on knowing what you don’t know.
The three types of data foundations need—and how they must use them.
How one volunteer relief organization’s approach and recruitment policies has allowed it to grow and remain relevant to the populations it serves.