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From strategy workshops to board meetings to focus groups with community members, FSG has collectively facilitated hundreds of virtual meetings.
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Movember CEO Michelle Terry shares what she is most excited about in the five-year impact strategy that FSG helped develop.
Equitable Health Outcomes: Why Inclusive Clinical R&D Can Unlock Greater Value for Business and Society
A paradigm shift is needed from exclusionary practices to inclusive research and development.
Change Your Mind Before You Change the System: Taking a Closer Look at Mental Models and the Water of Systems Change
Influencing mindsets and mental models requires identifying what current mental models need to be shifted, targeting priority stakeholders for change, and desi…
FSG's Nikhil Bumb, Allison Kaika, Gabriella Cova, and Mikayla Redding joined Capital + SAFI in La Paz, Bolivia for several in-person strategy workshopsAs soci…
In recent years, philanthropic funders have come to see the value in collaborating with one another to magnify their impact. Today we see all kinds of funders …
Five themes from the 2023 Association for Community Health Improvement’s (ACHI) conference on health care.