Organizations need to get better at talking about feelings.
Excerpts and reviews of top books on social innovation
Baumgarten offers strategies for creating team success.
The authors offer advice on how to spot and move on bright ideas.
The World Bank's Global Environment Facility may be undermined by bureaucracy.
The answers to a motivated workforce may lie in ancient Greece.
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International development aid should be dissolved, argues Dichter.
Collection of essays by nonprofit leader John Gardner.
The authors describe a new approach to environmental conservation that takes market realities into account, rather than relying on philanthropy and altruism.
This straightforward book offers a primer in how to conduct effective and affordable market research that reveals valuable information about customers or clients.
The leaders of international humanitarian organizations, such as CARE and Oxfam talk candidly about management strategy, organizational goals, advocacy, accountability, and partnerships.