We need to ratchet up from targeted innovation and apply design-thinking principles to one of the biggest social issues of our time: global poverty itself.
Could radical transparency in global development lead to better outcomes?
A new brief offers guidance and tools to support the evaluation of complex programs when traditional evaluation won’t suffice.
Leading foundation executives and philanthropists discuss how to learn from what’s working and adapt your giving strategies.
A look at how nonprofits can improve organizational capacity in order to more effectively implement long-lasting social change.
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.
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.