Taxpayers should not have to subsidize excessive pay for executives at charities meant to serve the public good.
Ending energy poverty to address systemic inequality requires a much more ambitious plan than philanthropic and nonprofit leaders currently envision.
For real systems change, philanthropy must make greater investments in organizations led by the communities most affected by injustice.
Going beyond traditional monitoring and evaluation to focus on feedback can lead to new innovations in the social sector.
Nonprofits need a strategy to ensure that public dollars don’t put them in the red.
Whether someone is investing in a tech startup or a grassroots advocacy organization, the same rules of success apply.
Humanitarian nonprofits unconsciously reinforce the very conditions of women’s oppression they seek to eradicate in their programming.
The social sector has a lot to learn from the innovation network that has emerged from the post-Thanksgiving global giving movement.
Proponents of charter school expansion in Massachusetts thought that a ballot initiative was the obvious bet. They were wrong.
Social media has made it easy for organizations to launch competitions, but too few consider how such efforts best align with their goals.