Highlights from the Clinton Global Initiative 2012.
Nonprofits can use tried-and-true mechanisms from the private sector to better communicate their impact to donors
“Good enough” = simple enough to do, but rigorous enough to mean something.
A case study of Boston-area organization Bottom Line.
A look at the limitations of randomized control trials.
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Public debate about two prominent poverty-alleviation programs shows that over the past 15 years international development has become much more scientific.
How to calculate the value of a social investment made now versus at a future date.
Five measurement strategies that enable rapid course correction and continuous improvement.
Four tips for moving your social media out of zombie status—and making your investment in it worthwhile.
Corporate philanthropy is complicated and may have multiple objectives but Peter Karoff, Founder of The Philanthropic Initiative, argues its ultimate intention should be to do no harm.