Practicing Transparency for Discovery and Learning

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Transparency is as much about discovery as disclosure. That’s because the discovery process is how we determine:

  • what we know
  • what we don’t know
  • where we stand
  • what boundaries, if any, exist for a specific topic.

Discovery can be a humbling and inspiring experience. Learning is the payoff for investing.


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Content Partner: National Center for Family Philanthropy


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Publication/Event Date:

April 2017


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Authors(s):

Richard Russell and Richard Woo


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Standards, Codes, and Ethics

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