Not every nonprofit organization can do everything well. That’s one reason why every nonprofit must work relentlessly to achieve and retain its strategic focus—a commitment to doing what it does best.
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Why early-stage entrepreneurs are essential building blocks for profound social change—and why they need greater investment.
A framework for understanding the roles you can play in a movement for social change.
Many organizations in China are aging without reaching their potential for impact because they lack needed talent, but there are ways to overcome this challenge.
As the trailblazers who built India’s nonprofit sector begin to step aside, a new study shows that NGOs face a significant gap in next-generation leadership. There are barriers to bridging this gap and building blocks to surmount them, but progress depends on founders and funders viewing leadership development as mission critical.
Dump your assumptions, and be curious.
Four strategies in particular may help Africa’s wealthiest businesspeople effect social change and drive economic growth.
Six useful starting points for nonprofits that want to build their capacity to continuously innovate.
Innovators are T-shaped. Social innovators must be more.
Surmounting daunting social challenges such as ending malaria or achieving marriage equality can require the help of an intermediary organization—a field catalyst—that amplifies the efforts of others.
To build stronger relationships with development staff, nonprofit leaders must understand the work and set feasible fundraising goals.
Conventional wisdom says that scaling social innovation starts with strengthening internal management capabilities. This study of 12 high-impact nonprofits, however, shows that real social change happens when organizations go outside their own walls and find creative ways to enlist the help of others.