The Network Leadership Innovation Lab: The Lab deepens our understanding of leadership in movement networks. Developed by MAG, the Lab is a program of dialogue, analysis, and active learning that convenes social justice leaders and taps key thinkers, practitioners and funders.
preliminary learnings gleaned from The
Network Leadership Innovation Lab as well
as from MAG’s client work and from relevant
social science—and explore their implications
for grantmakers in
MAG's new article Toward
shares further insights from our Network
Leadership Innovation Lab in a new
Culture: Promising Practices of Successful
Movement Networks, published in the
latest edition of Nonprofit
New Case Studies, Sarita Gupta , Eveline Shen and Gustavo Torres and Network Leadership: MAG is excited to share with you three in-depth case stories that seek to better understand the leadership required in networks and the contexts that aid success
easy-to-use guides on boards, strategic
planning, and managing people. Download
Read The Nonprofit
Quarterly article, Leaning into Discomfort:
Social Sector Leadership in the 21st
Century, featuring MAG colleagues
and clients, Center for Reproductive Rights,
National Domestic Workers Alliance, National
The Nonprofit Quarterly features Robin Katcher's article, "Unstill Waters: The Fluid Role of Networks in Social Movements". This article describes the ways in which loose networks function to make a strong social movement based on MAG's experience and research. Download the PDF.
Read MAG's article, How MAG Went from a Bricks & Mortar Office to a Virtual One, on how MAG got rid of their office space and had their employees start working from home. Read More
Seven Turning Points by Susan Gross. Recognize when your organization is at a pivotal point and be prepared with concrete actions to move the organization to the next level! Learn more.
Innovative Leadership Transition Model! Table for Two: Can Founders and Successors Co-Exist So Everyone Wins? by Mark Leach explores the conditions under which a founder can stay on under new executive leadership after stepping down as CEO for the overall success of the organization. Learn more or Read the Nonprofit Quarterly's article.
Outsourcing Back-Office Services in Small Nonprofits: Pitfalls and Possibilities by Mark Leach and released by MAG and the Meyer Foundation. The study explores how outsourcing can help small nonprofits meet their back-office needs. Learn more.