Better use of evidence and developments in evaluation practice can shift the power dynamic between funders, service-delivering organizations, and service users.
A new, and easier, scientific approach to determining the quality of evidence can help the social sector better assess—and therefore better address—social problems.
Many organizations are creating and disseminating knowledge about the practice of philanthropy, but does that information actually influence how funders operate?
We need a new framework for giving to address America's economic, social, and political inequalities.
The secret to the sauce is hidden in plain sight.
In adopting data-driven practices, leaders must design and implement programs in ways that engage community members directly in the work of social change.
Delivering nutritious school lunch fare on a large scale is the social mission—and the business model—of Revolution Foods.
Three ways corporations can more effectively partner with nonprofits.
By applying behavioral economics theory to philanthropy, we can better manage grantmaker tendencies toward loss and risk aversion, and the effects of other decision-making patterns.