Open Debate Drives Nonprofit Innovation

In science, technology, business, academe, and elsewhere, people are encouraged—and are given forums—to express opinions and disagree with each other publicly. But nonprofits and foundations continue to embrace a culture of silence and politeness that gets in the way of their growth and vitality. This article from the Chronicle of Philanthropy explores how to regularly call into question whether a nonprofit’s or foundation’s activities are effective, ethical, and strategic.

Post date: July 1, 2013
Topics: Collaboration | Communications for Advocacy | Executive | Leadership | Philanthropy

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