In this episode of Chasing Impact, MzN Senior Consultant Carolin Gomulia interviews Reana Rossouw, the owner of Next Generation Consultants, a leading South African Management Consulting firm with a wealth of experience in the social innovation, shared value, humanitarian and sustainable development environments. They discuss how professionals in the development and humanitarian ecosystem can prepare for an uncertain future.
An interview with Sam Worthington, CEO of InterAction, the largest alliance of INGOs and partners in the US
In this episode of Chasing Impact, MzN interviews Sam Worthington, CEO of InterAction, the largest U.S.-based alliance of INGOs focused on people around the world. Sam shares his experiences and insights, reflecting on localization vs. global aid, challenging the requirements donors have for giving and reminding INGOs of their original purpose and values.
To fulfil the social impact sector’s mission, we need to think outside the box to generate creative ideas and see past ‘same old’ solutions. But where do you start if you spend most of your time caught up in the day-to-day running of your organisation? Here we suggest a number of small, practical steps to unlock dormant drivers of creativity and stimulate fresh thinking in your organisation.
In this episode of Chasing Impact, Chris interviews Dr Duncan Green, Senior Strategic Adviser at Oxfam GB, Professor in Practice in International Development at the London School of Economics and author of the book How Change Happens and the blog FP2P.
In this episode of Chasing Impact, Stephanie Draper, Chief Executive of Bond, the UK network for (now over 400) organisations working in international development shares her insights about the funding gap, the future of NGOs and self-care as a leader.
“The pandemic has opened possibilities for deep, structural change” – an interview with Ingrid Srinath
We are living in unpredictable times. In this interview, MzN senior consultant Carolin Gomulia, asks Ingrid Srinath, Founder and Director at the Centre for Social Impact and Philanthropy (CSIP) at Ashoka University in India, how NGOs can prepare for the changes that might lie ahead.
Join us as Mike Shanely, Founder and CEO of AidKonekt Data, and MzN Managing Director Chris Meyer zu Natrup share USAID and EU partnering best practices their teams have learned through nearly a decade of supporting USAID and EU partnering growth strategies.
If you work for an NGO and want to learn more about transforming your organisation into a financially sustainable, agile powerhouse, join the second Agile Insights in Conversation featuring MzN Managing Director Christian Meyer zu Natrup and Sohrab Salimi.
A funding strategy doesn’t guarantee financial sustainability, but it could become a compass to ensure you are not losing sight of your financial goals. Here are our 10 aspects to consider when developing your own funding strategy.
In part 2 of this two-part series, we explore how you can bring climate adaptation into your (non-environmental) work, build the resilience of your organisation and those you work with.
In this interview, Carolin Gomulia, senior consultant at MzN, interviews Shannon Paige, author of the report “Time to Decolonise Aid”. Listen as they explore the topics of systemic racism and structural issues within the humanitarian and aid sector while giving practical ideas and suggestions for organisations - and individuals - to start addressing these topics.
We offer complimentary tailored training to our existing NGO clients. Our coaching sessions usually combine classroom training from our certified and experienced subject matter experts with our digital learning methods.
Our Sprints are geared towards professionals who aim to solve a particularly prevalent issue or address an opportunity within their NGO or business with the help of an intensive 2-to-4-day workshop.
NGO restructuring is a core part of MzN's business. We recommend embracing the change since it can help organisations become more financially sustainable and reconnect with their mission.