From the Chronicle of Philanthropy:
“What does it take for an organization to focus on the people it serves, rather than worrying primarily about its own survival?
In this edition of Making Change, Hildy Gottlieb, the host, asks that question of Rich Harwood, president of the Harwood Institute for Public Innovation.
Mr. Harwood shares stories of organizations that have put the collective good ahead of their own well-being. He also describes the common traits shared by organizations that successfully focus on working toward the collective good of their communities.”
Click here to access audio – approx 30 mins
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