Non-profit companies and organizations have a vast tendency to focus too much of their time on the actual non-profit aspect, instead of running the business like a for-profit business. Data and information should be collected, understood, and used to the most benefit for the company. Many nonprofit companies don't feel as though they have a good grasp of what any or all data they have coming in means to them.
- Seventy-five percent of nonprofits say they collect data. Only 6 percent of them feel like they know how to use it well.
- Social entrepreneurship is a new form of creating social change.
- Nonprofits can take volunteers input to have more innovation in their work.
“People don’t just want to write a check and be done, they want to roll up their sleeves and get involved in the nonprofits that they care about.”
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