Read the transcript from our live online discussion with David J. Neff and Randal C. Moss, authors of the new book, The Future of Nonprofits: Innovate and Thrive in the...
- Setting Priorities: an Innovative Approach to Using Data
- Emerging Forces in 2010: Trends That Will Shape the Nonprofit World
First Place for Youth, in Oakland, Calif., bases raises on how well the people it serves are faring as well as on whether employees are supplying accurate, timely records.
First Place for Youth credits its growth—from a $2-million charity to one with an $11-million budget—to its system of collecting data.
- Using Data Well: Think Things Through and Actively Involve Workers
- Using Data: Resources for Nonprofits
- Organization Designs Healthier Hospitals for Patients in Poor Countries
- 2 Groups Get $50,000 Each to Mobilize Volunteers
- Innovation Leaders Give Charities a Chance to Explore
- Steady Stream of Testing Brings Big Success
- In Promoting Innovation, Sometimes Charity Veterans Do Best
- A Charity Adds Design Expertise to Its Small Staff
- Interactive Graphics Help Nonprofits Get Supporters Involved
- Visualizing Data Helps Charities Get Attention
- At FailFaire, Speakers Are Blunt About Their Mistakes
- A Narrow Focus Helps a Charity Accomplish More
- Greater Openness About Finances Helps Chicago Charity