Most social change work done at the systems level involves understanding the various perspectives, opinions, attitudes, motivations and behaviors of those within the system. For social change to last, it is important that key members of the various groups involved are engaged and empowered to participate and co-create in the efforts. This e-Study provides an overview and examples of principles and tools in systems redesign.
This case explores the national scaling efforts of Jeremiah Program, a Minneapolis-based nonprofit. Jeremiah Program is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization whose pr... Learn more
Merging for Impact and Growth
This e-case focuses on the merger of two long-established human service nonprofits prompted by a desire to both increase growth and impact, and respond to changes in the fundi... Learn more