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Rapid advances in technology are changing philanthropy in fundamental ways—making it potentially more rational, effective, collaborative, transparent, and democratic.
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Conservationists are devising new ways to strategically use financial incentives—such as conservation easements—to preserve nature.
Well-designed structures of multi-stakeholder collaboration can achieve not just positive impact but long-term, systemic change.
Nonprofit leaders who ask "How do you scale up?" are most likely posing the wrong question.
What business leaders need to know to create successful products and services for the poor in emerging markets.