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The Result View of Trust

The Result View of Trust

My colleague Robyn Faucy-Washington just emailed me the new Give.org Donor Trust Report produced by the Better Business Bureau.  Based on surveys, it looks at

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question

A Good Question

My colleague Les Loomis had a comment that I found so useful I post it here as a blog entry. Following a highly successful career

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Prompting innovation

Apologies for two weeks off. Now to pick up on the practical work of promoting innovation I mentioned at the end of last posting. First

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The Path of the Calf- Part 2

The Path of the Calf: Part 2

In my last entry, I shared Samuel Foss’s poem, the Path of the Calf. It is cited by me and others who seek innovation as

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Follow the Cow?

Follow the Cow?

Listen to this excerpt from a wonderful poem called “The Path of the Calf” by Samuel Foss: One day, through the primeval wood,    A

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Questions and Inquiry

Questions and Inquiry

I just read Doing Justice by Preet Bharara.  Here is a passage by this highly regarded former federal prosecutor: People are forever using acronyms they

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The Gap vs. the Continuum

Like many others, I am drawn to gaps. In wealth, we have the rich and the poor. In technology, we have those who connect and

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Empowerment

Empowerment

There’s a nice word. Presumably no one is against it. But the term does not readily lend itself to verification, especially if gradations are involved.

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Innovation Comes from Immaturity

Innovation Comes from Immaturity

This assumption is based on a limit and on a rediscovery. The limit is the concept of growing up, which implies acceptances of convention and

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Watch Word Differences

A Wednesday Whimsy Regarding Words Watch your words, we are admonished since childhood. Over many years, I have added this guidance: watch for the differences

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How Long Does Success Last?

Good nonprofits track and verify the number and kind of participants who achieve a gain—whether it’s landing a job, reading on grade level, or rehoming

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Listen Twice as Much as You Speak

Focus on listening over speaking is another adage with as much power as the last Whimsy, Hustle While You Wait that was posted last week.

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