In Part 1 of this two-part series, we discuss why your NGO should take action on climate change, regardless if it has a climate focus or not, and how you can lower your carbon footprint.
We share some popular misconceptions about accountability, define and give examples of authentic accountability, explore what happens when it is lacking and give six practical tips for building authentically accountable organisations.
Why implement sustainability measures and how? Climate protection and sustainability measures should be sensibly integrated into the value chain and operational processes.
MzN’s mission is to make doing good better. For the past 10 years, we have worked extensively across the not-for-profit sector, building charities and organisations that are fit to respond to the challenges they set out to address. It has become increasingly apparent that what we do is no longer confined to the world of NGOs.
The ability to write successful proposals is essential for all development and aid organisations. Though we encourage exploring alternative funding streams, the capacity for attracting donor funds by winning bids remains at the centre of successful NGOs.
COVID-19 has introduced radical uncertainty into humanitarian aid and development. You shouldn’t panic – this new funding landscape also offers a host of new opportunities.
Doing business better used to mean generating more profit. No longer. 'Better' now means meeting a threefold purpose: planet, people, and profits. Consumers and investors demand it, and it’s about time, as we are less than a decade away from the culmination of the Sustainable Development agenda.
In today’s rapidly shifting world, agile management is the only organisation philosophy that makes sense. If you don’t get that, the next round of disruption is on the way to teach you.