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An analysis of the perspectives and value of the debate of whether foundations should spend out.
We should be paying attention to monitoring and evaluation innovation in developing countries, where technology leads to better programs.
Before answering structure and capital questions, think through your venture, your value proposition, your motivation, and your definition of success.
Unmotivated donors didn’t materialize out of the ether when social media started taking over the world.
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Social impact bonds. Evidence-based funding. Investing in what works. To what do we owe this explosion of “pay-or-performance” funding models?…
Research and development can help more nonprofits learn, innovate, and reach goals faster and for less money.
There’s huge potential for organizations to use multiple mediums, content, and locations to advocate for the change they want.
Unrestricted money makes an organization work smoothly, enables innovation, and provides fuel for growth.
Organizations can take some practical steps to harness the power of design to build a strong brand.