Caps on indirect costs have been a polarizing issue in the social sector for many years. Once they were the most ubiquitous measure of administrative efficiency employed by philanthropic institutions. Today more and more leading voices in philanthropy are calling into question the true utility of these tools.
COVID-19 has forced many health systems to adopt telehealth tools. Even for systems at the forefront of telehealth experimentation, implementation and utilization was extremely uneven before the current public health crisis. Before considering scaling these nascent telehealth programs into more robust digital health offerings, leaders must evaluate how these capabilities align to long-term digital health strategy.
The COVID pandemic has had obvious impacts on consumer behavior over the past six months. But “what” specifically has changed, and “how persistent” will these changes be after the pandemic subsides?
It is critical to maintain a high level of productivity and morale among employees, especially as work-from-home has turned into a long-term arrangement for many.
While there continues to be uncertainty about when we will return to the pre-COVID working environment, leaders can control the current state of remote work by setting their teams up with the right set of collaborative tools and support to avoid employee burnout.
Exceedingly few managers receive formal people management training. In fact, 98% of managers feel their organizations need more formal training, and 87% of managers wished they had received more training when they first became a manager. So why don’t more organizations use widely available, low cost, and effective tools to develop their teams?
Non-profit leaders have had to adjust quickly to a wildly different operating environment than the one planned for at the beginning of the year. Keeping the lights on, maintaining socially distanced and safe programming, standing up remote operations: these are difficult challenges at the best of times. Donors have risen to meet the challenge of the moment, but what happens next?
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