Two new programs aim to help academics to engage more directly with nonprofits and social change initiatives.
Nonprofits & NGOs Innovative ideas to help leaders of nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations work more effectively
Emily May created the online platform Hollaback, where women subjected to sexual harassment can share their stories.
Start by realizing that a “build-it-and-they-will-come” mindset often fails to reach people in need.
Four strategies for nonprofits and foundations that want to better align their meetings and conferences with their values.
At a time of rising nationalism and cutbacks in foreign aid in countries around the world, philanthropists play a critical role, not just in providing money, but in fostering cooperation and goodwill between people and nations.
Recommendations for nonprofit staff, board members, and philanthropists.
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.
Why nonprofits need to evaluate the ethics of their algorithms.
How to reframe government adoption of social innovations.
Four tips for avoiding the pitfalls of online giving.
This unique two-part 180-minutes e-certification program offers you basic to advanced training in human-centered design and systems thinking through activities, illustrative examples, and case studies. This is produced in conjunction with Stanford d.School’s Designing for Social Systems (DSS) Program.Access this webinar
Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, not the isolated intervention of individual organizations.
How to reorient philanthropic investments for justice-oriented collective action and impact.
For-profit executives use business models—such as "low-cost provider"—as a shorthand way to describe the way companies are built and sustained. Nonprofit executives have not had an equivalent lexicon—until now.
Fair Trade-certified coffee is growing in sales, but strict certification requirements are resulting in uneven economic advantages for coffee growers and lower quality coffee for consumers.