Three ways nonprofits can embrace sharing, and bring their leadership and changemaking into the 21st century.
Governance New ideas for building stronger, more engaged boards of directors and other governing bodies
Donors face an urgent and critical choice: continue to prioritize military initiatives, or invest more in improving governance.
Four guiding principles for managing the refugee crisis.
A new approach to fostering gender equality is changing faith leaders’ beliefs and behaviors in ways that improve life for entire communities.
The millennial generation cares about the state of the world and wants to get involved—so why do so few boards have young members?
A system that combines software and sensors promises to improve farmers’ ability to manage, conserve, and lease water.
Endowment spending rates are at the heart of every foundation and should hold deep connections to mission alignment, values, and governance.
Conflicts are inevitable when groups (or countries) harness the power of networked action; it’s up to leaders to plan for the worst to achieve the best.
Early approaches are advancing fruitful dialogue around how to accelerate the revolutionary potential of online education and enable better outcomes for graduates.
Financiers represent a growing percentage of board members at some of America’s most prestigious nonprofits, resulting in poorer governance.
New research shows that most nonprofits fall short in important areas of performance. But stakeholders who operate at a systems level can do a lot to help solve this problem.
Donors say that organizational governance and competence are critical factors in determining where their grants flow. So why aren’t they putting their money where their mouths are?
Dump your assumptions, and be curious.
How to successfully hand off your organization to the next generation.
Many cities are adapting in the face of climate change.