One of the things I remember most from high school is a class discussion on argumentation—more specifically, the problem of opposing yet-unstated premises in a discussion. It is one of the things that I keep in mind during disagreements.
Changes were made yesterday to the controversial RFRA law in Indiana. Are they enough to reverse the losses that were already occurring?
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the recipients of $31.5 million in grants from the Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentive grant program.
The new Sector in Brief report from the Urban Institute reveals a great deal—and in very short form—about why arts organizations are in reorganization mode.
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s investment in the development of an astronomically-priced breakthrough drug paid off in a dramatic way.
What’s in the DNA of your organization? The question is worth considering.