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Nonprofits are subject to ever increasing scrutiny from both institutional and individual donors, many of whom are equipped with online resources that evaluate their operational effectiveness. I recently listened to Network for Good’s interesting webinar on this topic entitled “Uncharitable?”. … Continue reading

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Last week, I was catching up with economic news by listening to American Public Media’s Marketplace, and was introduced to journalist David Brancaccio’s blog and column titled Economy 4.0. I was struck by the plethora of indicators trying to measure … 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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