Who Brands Your Nonprofit? Who Tells Its Story and How?
Stories help shape the identity of organizations in the nonprofit sector. In this article, Carlo Questa discusses the importance of listening to others to create a story that can make mission impact possible.
Cultivating Leaderful Ecosystems
Management Assistance Group (MAG) looks at the shift in the social sector from competition to collaboration, from single issues to intersectionality, from equality and fairness to equity and justice, and from scarcity to collective abundance, requiring different ways of imagining and living into leadership.
Organizational v. Movement Building Capacity
This fact sheet from Building Movement Project highlights some key differences between capacity building for organizational sustainability and capacity building for social justice and change.
Building Networks and Movements for Social Change
Pioneers in Justice: Building Networks and Movements for Social Change is a case study by Heather McLeod Grant about the Levi Strauss Foundation’s groundbreaking five-year effort to help a group of Bay Area social justice leaders scale their impact by investing in capacity building and supporting new ways of working.
Marshall Ganz on Making Social Movements Matter
Marshall Gantz, veteran activist and organizer, is a a senior lecturer in public policy at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Bill Moyers interviews Ganz discussing the power of social movements to effect meaningful social change. Here is a list of Gantz’s publications.