By Jennifer O’Day & Marshall S. Smith An excerpt from Opportunity for All crafts three lessons from the historic inequities of the public school system.
By Fred Nelson In landscapes where people and natural systems co-exist and intermingle, conservationists must go beyond protection and work to develop community-level incentives for wildlife conservation through sustainable and locally managed use.
By Miriam Warren Tech philanthropy is booming, but it doesn’t think nearly enough about the needs of the organizations it hopes to help. Here’s a roundup of best practices and resources that can help tech firms move fast and fix how they fund nonprofits.
By Meeghan N. Zahorsky Instead of relying on measurement to prove the value of a past investment, determining the value of an intervention before it has even started allows investors to factor in social impact alongside calculations of financial value.
By Gali Cooks & Eben Harrell Boards typically aren’t prepared to replace their chief executive. But new research shows this doesn’t have to be the case.
By Darian Rodriguez Heyman In this excerpt from the introduction of Nonprofit Management 101, CNN’s Van Jones outlines critical lessons to how he finds success in management.
By Annie Neimand, Samantha Wright, Max Steinman & Ann Christiano A well-told story can inspire people to engage with social and environmental issues, but how do nonprofits channel that energy into behaviors that make a difference? Behavioral science can help point the way.
By SSIR Editors A list of SSIR articles to help your team define and achieve its goals for doing better in 2020.
By Buster Benson An excerpt from Why Are We Yelling? explores how we measure the possibilities of security, growth, connection, and enjoyment to orient ourselves in the face of conflict.
By SSIR Editors Highlights from the magazine and website.