Social network analysis may benefit regional conservation efforts in the Texas Hill Country and help mitigate other challenging societal issues.
As grassroots and “grass-tops” groups come together to create collective impact, funders have the power to foster truly authentic engagement and co-ownership among all.
The social sector must focus on building a rigorous knowledge base that is broad enough to lead to large-scale, breakthrough efforts.
Funders want to create big change by using networks for social impact. But where to start?
In an industry where the “publish or perish” mentality is strongly engrained, collaboration is gaining traction and leading to better patient outcomes.