Separating “Innovation” Fact from Fiction

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Many nonprofits are innovating, but lack the ability to move promising practices to scale because of a lack of funding, according to one of many findings from the latest “Listening Post Project” survey conducted by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Civil Society Studies.

The center said the survey was conducted to examine nonprofits’ record of innovation and performance at a time when the Obama administration is calling on government and private funders to support “innovative” nonprofit programs that &ldquo . . .

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