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Informing and Inspiring Leaders of Social Change
Informing and Inspiring Leaders of Social Change

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VIDEO: Leading for-profit companies thrive by embracing data insights to drive increased efficiency, effectiveness, and scale. They view information and analytics as core strategic assets in running a modern business. In this talk, Jim Fruchterman, founder and CEO of the tech nonprofit Benetech, argues that the social sector must follow these companies’ lead.

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Combining tools such as design thinking, behavioral science, and evaluation can shape programs to improve patient experiences and change health behaviors.

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Everyone is talking about systems. Or at least, that's how it seems in my wonkish corner of the philanthropic world. You can't attend a conference or even have a meeting without hearing about systems, whether it's people trying to disrupt them, map them, learn from them, or catalyze them. 

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Registration is open for SSIR's Nonprofit Management Institute 2017! This year's program addresses Leading Social Change in Turbulent Times and will take place September 12-13 at Stanford University. Learn more and register: bit.ly/SSIRInstitute17

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A call for investors to share their data to expand the field’s understanding of the breadth and depth of activity.

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How companies in industries such as pharmaceuticals are starting to learn that by giving more data away, they actually get more back. 

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Providing teachers with gender sensitivity training is a first step toward addressing gender inequality in STEM. But it’s not the last.

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It’s worth remembering that communities have the power to take away philanthropy’s social license to operate.


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Eight ways to grow an unstoppable movement.


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Nonprofits, community groups, and philanthropists are embracing cocreation as a way to engage a wider community in tackling pressing problems. But only a small percentage of these efforts are resulting in bold innovation and powerful solutions. What does it take to deliver breakout innovation? 
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