Insights

What we’re thinking and learning about right now and the news and issues that matter to nonprofits.

Nov 07 2022 | TSNE's Property Services
The top floor of 45 Temple Place, owned and operated by the New England Board of Higher Education, will be available to a mission-aligned nonprofit sometime this summer.The top floor of this property will be available to a mission aligned nonprofit sometime this summer. 45 Temple Place, owned and operated by the New England Board of Higher Education, is located right next to the Downtown Crossing T station and is a short... → More
Dec 17 2021 | Ning Jun Yuan, TSNE
It's been a busy 2021 at TSNE! Here is a look back at some of our major projects, learning programs, and initiatives. → More
May 14 2021 | Nwando Obele, M.P.P., Director of Learning and Evaluation
Reimagining Fiscal Sponsorship in Service of EquityIn April, TSNE and the National Network of Fiscal Sponsors hosted a conversation to explore how fiscal sponsors could reimagine their services as a means to provide the critical financial management, human resources, and legal supports grassroots groups need... → More
May 12 2020 | TSNE's Consulting Team
We are all grappling with the challenges that COVID-19 has brought in different ways — drawing on different resources, perspectives, and values to make the choices that feel right for our organizations. TSNE spoke with three leaders from across the nonprofit... → More
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Apr 13 2020 | TSNE's Consulting Team
3 steps for assessing what is best for your organization right now — and over the long term. → More
Mar 31 2020 | TSNE's Consulting Team
So, Now What? Reflections from TSNE. → More
Feb 18 2020 | Nwando Obele and Cate Reynolds
Throughout TSNE’s journey to become a learning organization, we have consistently strived to center equity at the core of our work. As TSNE continues this forever journey, we’ll share how we have worked to imbue equity throughout our learning and evaluation... → More
Feb 12 2020 | Ning Jun Yuan
Innovation is hard! In this video, Learning Lab Program Manager Lilo Altali explains why thinking differently can be hard and walks you through how to use the creative process to kickstart innovation in your nonprofit. → More
Jan 21 2020 | Nwando Obele
© Can Stock Photo / lembergvectorRecent political, social, and economic shifts have created tremendous waves of uncertainty that threaten to engulf some nonprofits. During these precarious times, nonprofits must continue to develop and strengthen their organizational learning capacities. → More
Nov 15 2019 | TSNE
Panelists at the annual conferenceEmbedding equity and inclusion in organizations is increasingly a priority for many nonprofits. Still, with a host of new research and learning on how to structure our policies and practices to support this work, many leaders struggle to maintain momentum... → More

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