Part of a series of articles on helping mature organizations stay adaptive and increase their social impact
Part of a series of articles on helping mature organizations stay adaptive and increase their social impact.
It’s easy to revert to big narratives and much harder to let small, surprising, and telling stories emerge.
Only by sharing stories of complex protagonists, messy work, and muddled results will the social sector foster understanding and gain support.
Two areas where business can begin to learn from nonprofits.
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