Simply putting boxes and lines down on paper doesn’t guarantee that your organization will make better decisions.
Imagine a new nonprofit board governance practice where organizations engaged peers to assess their work.
A new study reveals how Minnesota nonprofits are using everyday technology to innovate.
Four concrete lessons for social innovators.
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Lessons from the Community Catalyst Fund in Charlotte, North Carolina.
New research reveals that most organizations prioritize the wrong skills in their search for a measurement director.
A successful grant program gives nonprofit leaders space and time to strategize.
Why innovation needs a task master—three practices worth making time for.
Three reasons to change how your organization communicates.