Impact Insights

5 Pillars of Data-Driven Social Sector Management

Posted:April 20, 2017 Author: Allison Miller
Data has quickly taken its place among the most important tools for leaders of social impact organizations. Around the world,…
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Harnessing the Unyielding Momentum of a Global Economy

September 4, 2015| Michelle Call
Free trade has historically been regarded as an ideal pillar of economics—a proverbial tide that lifts all boats. The North…

Immigration: The Case for Reform

August 2, 2015| Trent Kaufman
The laws surrounding legal immigration are understandably contentious. Critics on both sides of the immigration aisle cite statistics regarding crime…

Common Core: Maintaining a Global Competitive Workforce

July 3, 2015| Trent Kaufman
To maintain the American workforce’s leadership in the global market, we must measurably improve what our graduates know and what…

A New Chapter of U.S. – Cuban Trade Relations

June 1, 2015| Trent Kaufman
In establishing a trade relationship with President Raúl Castro, the United States could fuel a new era of improved living…

Employee Performance: What Causes Great Work?

May 11, 2015| Keith Allred
Great Work can affect an entire organization in a positive way: from inspiring fellow employees, to creating positive financial growth…

The Federal Reserve: Reconciling Low Unemployment and Stagnant Wages

April 3, 2015| Trent Kaufman
The Federal Reserve plays a key role in stabilizing the United States economy—the adjustment of just a few percentage points…

National Higher Education Institution

March 16, 2015| Cicero Institute
The Cicero Group utilized stakeholder in-depth-interviews and a nationally representative quantitative survey of prospective students to produce an actionable segmentation…

The Private Sector Could Lead the Charge in Improving Air Quality

February 10, 2015| Trent Kaufman
Ninety-nine percent of Utahns indicate they are willing to change their behavior to improve Utah’s air quality, according to the…

The Winners and Losers of Cheap Oil

February 1, 2015| Trent Kaufman
Who doesn’t love low gasoline prices? Travel is cheaper, plastic goods are less expensive, and it’s easier to transport products…
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