March 6, 2011
Nonprofits Should Follow Businesses’ Example in Learning From Errors, Say Authors
Charities and grant makers should not fear failures but embrace them as opportunities to learn valuable lessons, write Robert Giloth and Colin Austin in their new book, Mistakes to Success: Learning and Adapting When Things Go Wrong.
Mr. Giloth is vice president of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, in Baltimore, and Mr. Austin is program director at MDC, a group in ChapelHill, N.C., that focuses on economic and work-force development.
For this book, they collected case
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