Five practical considerations for organizations that want to use intentional influence to achieve a bold social goal.
Tag: Cross-sector Collaboration
To create system-level change, we must use influence to both work within the system and disrupt it.
By investing in clean energy, impact investors can become a powerful force for fighting climate change.
Women’s empowerment issues took center stage at this year’s CGI and Social Good Summit, giving new momentum to causes helping women and girls.
A group of local donors has set out to transform the teaching profession in Memphis, Tennessee.
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The middle ground between traditional philanthropic and commercial spaces is a continuum; we need to shift the dialogue from morals to tools.
An introduction to the recently released book New Frontiers of Philanthropy.
A new report shows how innovative impact investing policies are helping Hong Kong tackle its social problems.
The Supreme Court’s reasoning and decision in Hobby Lobby should make the foundation reflect on the relative wisdom of its initiative to blend the nonprofit and for-profit sectors.
Increased cross-sector collaboration has allowed businesses to use the power of capitalism to solve social problems—an introduction to the fall 2014 issue.