How systems change explains why some actors in the public policy space are more effective

This article from Stanford has helped me understand why some of my colleagues when I worked directly on public policy were consistently more effective. My own insights about coalition building and using connections well really snapped into much clearer focus after reading this article.

A growing number of philanthropists and nonprofits are embracing the principles of systems change as an effective way to solve the world’s biggest problems.

h/t Nat Torkington’s Four Short Links

Source: Solving the World’s Biggest Problems: Better Philanthropy Through Systems Change | Stanford Social Innovation Review

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