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Nonprofits

Collaboration-palooza

A new study shows that organizations have a high level of satisfaction with nonprofit collaborations and a desire to collaborate more.

 

Foundations

What Is a Leadership Funder?

Foundations have supported leadership development for decades, but a shift in mindset and approach—if sustained and expanded—could lead to even greater impact.

By James E. Canales | 3 | Dec. 10, 2014
 

Education

The Returns to a Good Education

If children worldwide are to receive the education they deserve, debate needs to move beyond public versus private, profit versus nonprofit.

By Katelyn Donnelly & Susannah Hares | 8 | Dec. 10, 2014
 

Nonprofit Management

Talent Matters: Unleashing the Social Sector’s Potential (Complimentary)

Presented by Monisha Kapila, Liz Maw, & Linda Wood | Dec. 3, 2014
 

Technology & Design

Jobs for Disconnected Youth and Talent for Suppliers

Insights from an innovation lab dedicated to bridging the talent divide.

By Jeffery Wallace | 8 | Dec. 2, 2014
 

Measuring Social Impact

Signaling and Confirming

A new framework can help nonprofits and other social sector organizations measure the participation of their supporters.

 

Nonprofit Management

Business Models for Sustainability and Scale (Session Three of Three)

Presented by Alexa Cortes Culwell, Antony Bugg-Levine, & Janet Gless | Nov. 13, 2014
 

Nonprofit Management

Performance Metrics that Drive Organizational Outcomes (Session Two of Three)

Presented by Alexa Cortes Culwell, Tiffany Cooper Gueye, & Melanie Moore | Nov. 6, 2014
 

Nonprofit Management

The Rise of a Fourth Sector Skills Set

Tomorrow’s leaders are already developing a new problem-solving mindset—good thing, because they need to.

By Gib Bulloch | 4 | Nov. 6, 2014
 

Foundations

Investing in People Pays Big Dividends

A look at how one impact investor helps develop the talent that its portfolio organizations need to succeed.

By Sal Giambanco | 1 | Nov. 6, 2014