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Talks and lectures by leaders of social change, from Stanford Social Innovation Review (ssir.org).

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Transforming Programs Through Predictive Analytics

Predictive analytics can help organizations iterate rapidly, become more transparent and precise, and pinpoint opportunities to address inequities in their work. In this recording from our 2019 Data on Purpose conference, Parag Gupta, vice president of the Stupski Foundation, and Jeff Gold, assistant vice chancellor at California State University, share a case study of how public higher education institutions are successfull

37 MINJUL 16
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Transforming Programs Through Predictive Analytics

Building a More Ethical Blockchain

Blockchain can help with a variety of social and economic challenges—from securing identity for refugee or homeless populations to minimizing the presence of conflict diamonds in the industry’s supply chain. But at the end of the day, technology is just a tool serving an end, and one that must be handled carefully to manage the values embedded within it. In this recording from our 2019 Data on Purpose conference, Cara LaPointe, s

60 MINJUL 2
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Building a More Ethical Blockchain

Strengthening Data Capacity in the Social Sector

What can help the social sector go big on data in the right ways? For one, organizations should stop underestimating their capabilities. And for another, they should build their data strategy around deeper strategic goals as opposed to funding opportunities. In this recording from our 2019 Data on Purpose conference, Kevin Miller, civic technology manager from the

49 MINJUN 20
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Strengthening Data Capacity in the Social Sector

A Hippocratic Oath for Our Digital Lives

What responsibilities do we have as individuals, organizations, and a society for how we conduct ourselves online? In this recording from our 2019 Data on Purpose conference, Henry Timms, president and CEO of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and former president of 92Y, offers a pledge—a Hippocratic Oath of sorts—to help social sector leaders create digital communities that give people a meaningful role in our society. “We need to mov

31 MINMAY 30
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A Hippocratic Oath for Our Digital Lives

Critical Skill for Nonprofits in the Digital Age: Technical Intuition

In a world where the pace of organizational learning is often slower than the pace of technological change, activists and nonprofit leaders must develop their “technical intuition.” Not everyone needs to become a tech expert, explains Alix Dunn, of the consulting firm Computer Says Maybe, but this ongoing process of imagining, inquiring about, deciding on, and demanding technological change is critical. In this recording from our 2019

25 MINMAY 8
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Critical Skill for Nonprofits in the Digital Age: Technical Intuition

MacArthur Foundation Program Leader Reflects on Lessons From 100&Change Grant Competition

In 2016, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, launched 100&Change—a new grant competition, that would award $100 million to an organization with the best proposal to help solve a critical social problem. The foundation awarded the grant to Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit that produces Sesame Street and other children’s educational programs, in partnership with the International Rescue Committee. The grant supports programming to e

38 MINAPR 24
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MacArthur Foundation Program Leader Reflects on Lessons From 100&Change Grant Competition

Sesame Workshop, Winner of 100&Change Grant Competition, Discusses What’s Next

In 2016, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, launched 100&Change—a new grant competition, to award $100 million to an organization with the best proposal to help solve a critical social problem. In 2018, Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit that produces Sesame Street and other children’s educational programs, was named the winner in partnership with the International Rescue C

27 MINAPR 10
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Sesame Workshop, Winner of 100&Change Grant Competition, Discusses What’s Next

Building a Communication Strategy for Diversity and Inclusion

Communication strategy can’t be an afterthought for organizations that want to fully embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion. It requires a careful examination of words, images, ideas, and narrative framing. Where should you start? Using insight from systems thinking and social, behavioral, and cognitive science, Ann Christiano and Annie Neimand describe how to craft stories and multimedia experiences that disrupt bias and drive social change. They present

74 MINMAR 27
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Building a Communication Strategy for Diversity and Inclusion

Getting Local: Collaborating With Communities of Color

“Community-centered” approaches to social change are nothing new. But the term has become a buzzword in the professionalized social impact world, and strategies intended to elevate the needs of grassroots movements often miss the mark. How can nonprofits do better at treating the people they’re trying to support as partners instead of patients? How can organizations shift their approaches from advocating for a population to advocating with them?

47 MINMAR 13
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Getting Local: Collaborating With Communities of Color

Dismantling Invisible Barriers to Capital

Research shows that when talented social innovators lack “invisible capital”—the so-called right pedigree, right passport, right skin color, right gender—they may fail to get the attention and investment they need to succeed. How can leaders in philanthropy improve access to capital? What tools can help nonprofit leaders overcome these barriers and get the support they need?</

62 MINFEB 27
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Dismantling Invisible Barriers to Capital

Latest Episodes

Transforming Programs Through Predictive Analytics

Predictive analytics can help organizations iterate rapidly, become more transparent and precise, and pinpoint opportunities to address inequities in their work. In this recording from our 2019 Data on Purpose conference, Parag Gupta, vice president of the Stupski Foundation, and Jeff Gold, assistant vice chancellor at California State University, share a case study of how public higher education institutions are successfull

37 MINJUL 16
Comments
Transforming Programs Through Predictive Analytics

Building a More Ethical Blockchain

Blockchain can help with a variety of social and economic challenges—from securing identity for refugee or homeless populations to minimizing the presence of conflict diamonds in the industry’s supply chain. But at the end of the day, technology is just a tool serving an end, and one that must be handled carefully to manage the values embedded within it. In this recording from our 2019 Data on Purpose conference, Cara LaPointe, s

60 MINJUL 2
Comments
Building a More Ethical Blockchain

Strengthening Data Capacity in the Social Sector

What can help the social sector go big on data in the right ways? For one, organizations should stop underestimating their capabilities. And for another, they should build their data strategy around deeper strategic goals as opposed to funding opportunities. In this recording from our 2019 Data on Purpose conference, Kevin Miller, civic technology manager from the

49 MINJUN 20
Comments
Strengthening Data Capacity in the Social Sector

A Hippocratic Oath for Our Digital Lives

What responsibilities do we have as individuals, organizations, and a society for how we conduct ourselves online? In this recording from our 2019 Data on Purpose conference, Henry Timms, president and CEO of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and former president of 92Y, offers a pledge—a Hippocratic Oath of sorts—to help social sector leaders create digital communities that give people a meaningful role in our society. “We need to mov

31 MINMAY 30
Comments
A Hippocratic Oath for Our Digital Lives

Critical Skill for Nonprofits in the Digital Age: Technical Intuition

In a world where the pace of organizational learning is often slower than the pace of technological change, activists and nonprofit leaders must develop their “technical intuition.” Not everyone needs to become a tech expert, explains Alix Dunn, of the consulting firm Computer Says Maybe, but this ongoing process of imagining, inquiring about, deciding on, and demanding technological change is critical. In this recording from our 2019

25 MINMAY 8
Comments
Critical Skill for Nonprofits in the Digital Age: Technical Intuition

MacArthur Foundation Program Leader Reflects on Lessons From 100&Change Grant Competition

In 2016, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, launched 100&Change—a new grant competition, that would award $100 million to an organization with the best proposal to help solve a critical social problem. The foundation awarded the grant to Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit that produces Sesame Street and other children’s educational programs, in partnership with the International Rescue Committee. The grant supports programming to e

38 MINAPR 24
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MacArthur Foundation Program Leader Reflects on Lessons From 100&Change Grant Competition

Sesame Workshop, Winner of 100&Change Grant Competition, Discusses What’s Next

In 2016, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, launched 100&Change—a new grant competition, to award $100 million to an organization with the best proposal to help solve a critical social problem. In 2018, Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit that produces Sesame Street and other children’s educational programs, was named the winner in partnership with the International Rescue C

27 MINAPR 10
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Sesame Workshop, Winner of 100&Change Grant Competition, Discusses What’s Next

Building a Communication Strategy for Diversity and Inclusion

Communication strategy can’t be an afterthought for organizations that want to fully embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion. It requires a careful examination of words, images, ideas, and narrative framing. Where should you start? Using insight from systems thinking and social, behavioral, and cognitive science, Ann Christiano and Annie Neimand describe how to craft stories and multimedia experiences that disrupt bias and drive social change. They present

74 MINMAR 27
Comments
Building a Communication Strategy for Diversity and Inclusion

Getting Local: Collaborating With Communities of Color

“Community-centered” approaches to social change are nothing new. But the term has become a buzzword in the professionalized social impact world, and strategies intended to elevate the needs of grassroots movements often miss the mark. How can nonprofits do better at treating the people they’re trying to support as partners instead of patients? How can organizations shift their approaches from advocating for a population to advocating with them?

47 MINMAR 13
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Getting Local: Collaborating With Communities of Color

Dismantling Invisible Barriers to Capital

Research shows that when talented social innovators lack “invisible capital”—the so-called right pedigree, right passport, right skin color, right gender—they may fail to get the attention and investment they need to succeed. How can leaders in philanthropy improve access to capital? What tools can help nonprofit leaders overcome these barriers and get the support they need?</

62 MINFEB 27
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Dismantling Invisible Barriers to Capital
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