In light of the weakened economy, nonprofits need to refocus their efforts, take stock of their operations, make tough financial choices, and think big for investing in resources for the future.
Tag: Measurement & Evaluation
Obama could have radically changed the debate on how to allocate charitable funds if he had detailed the set of criteria used to donate his Nobel Peace Prize award money.
A new look into how the nonprofit sector can reset its approach to outcomes and management.
A new resource for measuring where the greatest need exists offers nonprofits and social entrepreneurs an idea of where to focus their collective goals.
A new report on corporate philanthropy stresses the need for new reporting metrics among companies in order to make their full impact and value known.
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The philanthropic landscape continues to shift as donors are switching their alliances to for-profit causes.
New media broadened exposure, but greater passivity reduced the currency unit of each view. How do we understand those units?
How donors can more effectively provide long-term support in rebuilding Haiti after a devastating earthquake.
How can we make sure nonprofits are accountable for real outcomes?