Evidence-based policy, iteration, and innovation are making their way into government.
Earlier this month, a group backed by companies including Airbnb and Taskrabbit began urging users to petition for changes in regulation—will politicians uphold the rules or loosen them? Or is there is a third option?
To enable significant impact, organizations should ask three key questions and decide if formal planning and evaluation are the right approaches to finding the answers.
A local initiative offers lessons on how to use collaboration, experimentation, and forward-thinking to create a culture of innovation.
An analysis of the viability of pay-for-success initiatives in South Carolina shows that this new type of financing can work in more rural, "red” states.
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Traditional perceptions of the roles different sectors play in our society hinder our ability to create social change.
Steps funders can take to tackle partisan gridlock and solve social problems at scale.
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