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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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Other OOM issues have focused on the long-standing tradition of artists who can play an important role in helping to revitalize communities, using modest cash investments and lots of sweat equity to reclaim whole neighborhoods in decay and help transform … Continue reading

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