The ShoreBank saga provides important lessons for people who believe that for-profit institutions can be used for social change.
Innovative ways to influence public policy
We need to shift the narrative to include the link between exceptional solutions and the systems change and scale needed to deliver a just baseline.
Appeals to caring for the needy are likely to backfire unless advocates acknowledge and avoid inflaming passions that stem from other powerful moral values.
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One foundation leader is demonstrating what a community foundation can do to defend nonprofits in their area from state budget cuts.
The debate on the 2012 budget and the President’s own history with the nonprofit sector gave me a better understanding as to why the President might have made some of his decisions.
There are new leaders coming into the nonprofit sector with ideas that have the potential to change the way social change happens. It’s time to ask some new questions.
Earlier this month I had the privilege of learning from four really smart and experienced people who participated in a panel discussion that TCC Group, a global management consulting firm.