Two ways to improve the quality of discussion and decision-making at your organization.
Setting aspirational goals can inspire more people to get involved in your cause—and meaningful milestones can keep them engaged.
Are you ignoring your richest intel? How organizations can yield a wealth of valuable data through story-based research.
How narrative intelligence can help everyone design solutions and generate useful data.
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Three ways organizations can use story as a platform for social innovation.
SSIR editors select eight books by leading social entrepreneurs about their personal journeys along the path to social change.
It’s easy to revert to big narratives and much harder to let small, surprising, and telling stories emerge.
Only by sharing stories of complex protagonists, messy work, and muddled results will the social sector foster understanding and gain support.
Keeping your message simple helps mobilize people in support of your goals.