With better data and the right incentives, organizations can make even the most complicated organizations more effective.
A new survey shows that nonprofits and funders are finding new ways of working together, in the effort to achieve greater impact.
It’s time for a renewed conversation about building the systems, structures, and skills for social sector excellence.
Tomorrow’s leaders are already developing a new problem-solving mindset—good thing, because they need to.
A look at how organizations that let go of their own assumptions, perspectives, and sense of control can influence change like policy reform.
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Five practical considerations for organizations that want to use intentional influence to achieve a bold social goal.
To create system-level change, we must use influence to both work within the system and disrupt it.
Influence is an underutilized tool for organizations that want to achieve bold social goals.
The first step in developing leadership to advance large-scale social change is clearly defining the intended results.
The founder of education nonprofit Breakthrough Collaborative shares her scaling wisdom.