Collaboration Innovative ways organizations can work together to increase their overall reach and efficacy
It’s hard to be a government minister in a country where resources are scarce. Don’t make it worse.
Following the largest single act of social media fundraising, the ALS Association was faced with a “good crisis”—and a big challenge.
How can we work together to make our vast stores of data more useful to people working in different fields and sectors?
To achieve systems change, we must pay attention not just to formal procedures, but also to culture.
How a structured but adaptable collaboration model is mobilizing organizations to achieve a common goal.
Three considerations for nonprofits looking to work together to raise funds.
How companies in industries such as pharmaceuticals are starting to learn that by giving more data away, they actually get more back.
Not every nonprofit has a data science team. To truly harness big data for social good, we need collaborations between individuals, across organizations, and across sectors.
Communities cannot and should not wait for external forces to bridge local opportunity divides.
Nonprofits, community groups, and philanthropists are embracing cocreation as a way to engage a wider community in tackling pressing problems.
Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, not the isolated intervention of individual organizations.
In the West, most wealthy entrepreneurs prefer to give to specific individual causes, by establishing their own foundation, family office, or donor-advised fund. Most Chinese entrepreneurs, by contrast, would rather work together and pursue philanthropy collectively.