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Innovative ways leaders can achieve organizational and societal goals

 
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Economic Development

Questions to Address Youth Unemployment

We need to spur fresh thinking in this field even as we test and evaluate diverse approaches that promote youth economic empowerment in developing countries.

By Reeta Roy | Sep. 14, 2010
 

Social Entrepreneurship

Forums for Intellectual Nutrition

Self-awareness and recognition of bias may be the first steps to broadening horizons, but few organizations are truly cross-functional, socially, as well as economically diverse.

By Scott E. Hartley | 2 | Sep. 13, 2010
 

Social Entrepreneurship

Monk, Architect, Diplomat

By Mark Albion | 8 | Sep. 2, 2010
 

Microfinance

Unitus, We Stand; Divide Us, We Fall

An external agency should review the circumstances surrounding the Unitus decision to terminate its 10-year commitment to microfinance.

By Jonathan C. Lewis | 4 | Sep. 2, 2010
 

Economic Development

Neal Keny-Guyer

By Eric Nee | Aug. 30, 2010
 

Civil Society

What Makes Civic Associations Work

By Jessica Ruvinsky | Aug. 18, 2010
 
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Nonprofit Management

Donna Hill: A Profile in Third Sector Grit

Blazing the trail for blind Americans to gain acceptance and opportunity.

By John Brothers | Jul. 23, 2010
 
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Nonprofit Management

Future Corporate HR Line: “Non-Profit Executives Strongly Urged to Apply”

Nonprofit CEO’s can bring a bright and potentially effective array of skills to a corporation.

By John Brothers | 4 | Jul. 9, 2010
 

Social Entrepreneurship

The Future of Leadership Development

Leadership must be more inclusive, networked, and collective.

By Claire Reinelt | 21 | Jun. 1, 2010
 
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Nonprofit Management

There’s a Hole in the Budget, Dear Board Chair, Dear Board Chair…

An anthem to the problems many struggling nonprofits face.

By John Brothers | 5 | May. 28, 2010