An ethical framework can bridge the worlds of startup technology and international development to strengthen cross-sector innovation in the social sector.
A new generation of digital breakthroughs holds the potential to deliver important social benefits, but only if we adopt technology in a different way.
A growing body of knowledge is leading to happier teams and better choices.
A new partnership model leverages the world’s largest interconnected industry to help break cycles of poverty.
The shift in consumer expectations and information-seeking behavior is demanding a response from social sector organizations.
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Recent experience with government-convened hackathons has generated insights into the methods and instruments used to design effective mass collaboration efforts.
How organizations can begin transforming monitoring and evaluation efforts to support the ever-growing demand for measurable impact, using cloud-based tools.
For mobile money services to evolve, providers need to support all the activities that go on before, during, and after customers make payments.
The role of emerging technologies in traditionally “high-touch” development organizations—insights from BRAC’s recent Frugal Innovation Forum.
The launch of the new Autodesk Foundation marks another catalytic moment for the social sector.