I'd seen this a few months back, but it landed in my inbox again recently. Worth the 18 or so minutes of viewing.
Dan Pallotta is an activist and fundraiser who spoke at TED 2013 about the double standard in our relationship with charities and nonprofits. His take is focus on rewarding nonprofits for what they achieve and not how little they spend. Even if accomplishments come with big expenses, change the way we think about organisations that are changing the world.
What do you think?