Monthly Archives: September 2009

Over the last several years, there has been increasing talk about sharing knowledge in the cultural sector so that all can benefit from the lessons learned by a few. Because so much is happening at once in our sector, sometimes … Continue reading

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Conversations with nonprofit leaders about evaluation and accountability usually focus on intended outcomes, impacts, and benefits and how to measure them. In our evaluation work, however, we often observe unintended outcomes, which can be favorable or unfavorable. Recently I ran … Continue reading

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It wasn’t as much of an escape as some of the legal thrillers I read on the beach this summer, but Competing for the Future, by Gary Hamel and C.K. Prahalad, is a post-Labor Day “must-read” for anyone on the … Continue reading

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