Four thoughts on how researchers and organizations can reliably take the leap from proven research to operationalization at scale.
Part two in a series on how backbone organizations shape the work of collective impact without formal authority.
Part one of a two-part series on how backbone organizations shape the work of collective impact without formal authority.
Charities and funders need support and guidance to make sure that information collected does not go to waste.
A look at barriers global NGOs face in reporting the right measures of effectiveness—and how funders and grantees can begin to overcome them.
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Three huge opportunities and three risks.
The funding that goes to intermediaries and consultants often dwarfs the support that social sector leaders, social entrepreneurs, and community-based advocates receive.
The key to progress is embedding measurement in practice.
The inconvenient truth about data, technology, and social impact.
Who should measure what? Mind the gap.