Transparency is the new black. For some impact-focused organizations, this may include disclosing data on diversity or pay equity and for others it may involve voluntary certifications. Either way, it's here to stay. The first in Future of Good’s Radical Transparency series.
Demonstrating transparency means data, details, and corroboration — those verifiable points about a impact-oriented business. New legal forms like the C3 as well as more grassroots approaches like the Economic Nutrition Label are shaping the new age of transparency. The second in a series.
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.