Before tackling complex social problems, new philanthropists should consider what current philanthropists have learned about how to “hack.”
Social sector leaders can encourage innovation by fostering three productive mindsets.
Setting specific periods for reaching out to donors can help nonprofits stay focused on their goals and balance fundraising efforts with the work of the organization.
Five principles to guide how communities can develop new pathways to health, plus concrete steps toward contributing to a culture that values connections and relationships as much as treatments and health campaigns.
Three principles for solving complex, systemic problems like improving community health.
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Four practices that can help people establish common intent; sense emerging needs and solutions; and collectively prototype, create, and evolve innovative health models and relationships.
Creative solutions to common learning challenges that social innovators face.
Eight tools for building inclusive, community programs to address health and other social issues.
No-strings-attached prizes incentivize innovation, but private foundations need to structure them carefully to avoid prohibitive penalty taxes.
Strategies for engaging communities of color in local health initiatives.