The not-so-hidden key to organizational success.

Nelson Mandela knew the power of good leadership, the right team, and proper structure during the 1995 Rugby World Cup. These are the same three bases of organizational health, and they’re free, effective, and available to all NGOs and social enterprises. So why all the attention on innovation, scale, and funding? Org health alone is paramount to driving real impact.

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Positioning for the social sector.

The deliberate process of positioning allows nonprofits and social enterprises to attract more funding, align internal teams, identify strong partnerships, and ultimately drive more impact. In this post we cover what positioning is, why it matters, plus how to determine it in the social sector.

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Fighting to meet basic human needs.

We focus on organizations with the potential to create systemic impact around the issues of poverty, health, hunger, water, work, education, and equality. And we’re humbled to see inspiring changemakers like these leading the way toward achieving these seven Global Goals. 

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Laying the foundation for social enterprise success.

A few months into our own fevered startup mode, we recapped five best practices for launching a new social venture. These enduring tips apply for any social entrepreneur. Begin with an A-team, ground decisions in design thinking, establish the model, prioritize brand strategy, and turn vision into traction.

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