Part one of a two-part series on how to avoid blind spots and plan to use influence effectively to achieve social change.
Stronger ties between academic evaluators and social innovators would hugely benefit both sides.
Intended impact is personal; social issues are not.
If you want a program to succeed, don’t be reluctant to ask for a long-term commitment.
Making a case for nonprofit talent development.
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All social change organizations have one, but yours may not be what you think it is.
Five measurement practices that Obama’s campaign and high-performing nonprofits have in common.
The one thing every nonprofit should do in the face of federal tax increases and spending cuts.
Leaders of social change can benefit from making the distinction.
In today’s fast-changing world, why freeze your strategic thinking in a five-year plan?