Recently released studies confirm that few nonprofits possess the capacity to measure for continuous improvement, but new initiatives launched in 2012 provide hope.
Tag: Measurement & Evaluation
Social economy enterprises must think like mutual funds.
Ten things nonprofits should consider as they develop their technology strategy in the new year.
Armed with robust shared measurement systems, national nonprofit networks are well positioned to scale promising and proven programs.
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Social entrepreneurship has become a movement that affects us all.
A behind-the-scenes look at how grantmakers and nonprofits can work together to build a data-driven culture.
Having hard numbers means that nonprofits can no longer ignore the monetary or other habits of their clients.
Intentional processes that support risk-taking, testing, and fine-tuning of interventions lead to better-designed, more impactful initiatives.
How nonprofits can assess readiness and lay the groundwork for a successful data system.