In order to effectively create social change, we must use social connections and a networking mindset to maximize impact.
Innovative ways leaders can achieve organizational and societal goals
What we’ve seen across all organizations, regardless of size, is that digital teams are the biggest predictor of online effectiveness.
The nonprofit sector wastes an insane amount of time implementing best practices that have painfully low return on investment.
The right structure and leadership for digital at your organization will impact your performance more than any other digital initiative.
When an organization's external digital presence is inconsistent or incoherent, this is nearly always a symptom of deeper internal structural problems.
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Steve Jobs benefited the nonprofit sector by radically leveling the technological playing field.
Face-to-face conversations among CEOs reminds and reassures them that that failure is, in fact, the norm and does not preclude success.
Philanthropy needs senior leaders who see themselves as student-leaders striving to help the field grapple with the difficult challenges it faces.