Addressing Certification Shortcomings

Part of Radical Transparency Means Coming Clean and Addressing Failures

Why It Matters

A gesture toward transparency, means data, details, and corroboration--those verifiable points about a social impact business. How to differentiate between the structures? The third in a series.

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