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SSIR Now! Dec 1, 2016
By Taz Hussein & Matt Plummer

Rather than focusing so much effort on creating services that are "innovative," nonprofits need to develop a more sales-driven approach to social change. Learn about SSIR's upcoming webinar that explores this idea in depth. Read More

By Michael Gordon & Daniela Papi-Thornton

Examining the pitfalls and potential of social business plan competitions, and how educators can redesign them for greater impact. Part of The Future of Social Impact Education in Business Schools and Beyond series. Read More

By Elisabeth Mason & Jim Shelton

How technology and data can form the basis for common-sense, bi-partisan policy reforms amid new uncertainties.
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By Molly McGrath Tierney

By offering better early support for struggling families, child welfare services can reduce the need for more serious interventions down the line and improve the wellbeing of whole neighborhoods. Part of the Defining Positive Outcomes series. Read More

By Libbie Landles-Cobb, Kirk Kramer, & Betsy Haley Doyle

The time is right for funders to reconsider how they can make the most of the dollars they invest in grantee leadership development, but they must start by better understanding the leadership challenges nonprofits face. Read More

On December 15, speakers from The Bridgespan Group, The Hewlett Foundation, and more will discuss how organizations can better market their social change programs to potential beneficiaries. Read More

Learn from data experts, academics, practitioners, and social sector leaders, February 7-8, 2017, at Stanford University, when they explore the possibilities and responsibilities surrounding data.  Read More

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