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Top-down development doesn't work. What's needed is a "pull model" created by locals, funders, and government agencies working together as equals.
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Technology alone is not the innovation. Rather, the innovation lies in how technology is deployed.
Four lessons for innovators, funders, and policymakers working to promote financial health in the United States.
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By combining the characteristics of small and nimble organizations with those that have successfully scaled, can we have our impact and our numbers too?
We do best when we let communities define and direct their own “positive outcomes.”