Two experts offer new insights on Evaluative Thinking, a set of habits that helps leaders make sound judgments using good evidence.
Building a strong base of knowledge in philanthropy doesn't usually come with a how-to manual. In this post, Philip Freeman describes how his experience as a fellow provides a safe space to explore, question and challenge his way into a deeper understanding of how foundations work and the ways impact is realized.
Surfacing solutions to complex issues, such as how to ensure that everyone can earn a livable wage, requires a diversity of perspective and a commitment to civil discourse. The North Carolina Leadership Forum convened this month for just such a purpose.
The Duke Endowment is pleased to launch, On the Journey, a new blog where we, and our partners, share information, insights and ideas gained from our work serving the Carolinas.