I recently wrote a guest post at Philanthropy Action about how blogs like this one might not be reaching enough donors. I argue that information about the merits of accountability and efficiency might be more useful if directed towards non-profit employees. Check it out.
The takeaway for social investors from this post is not to give up on hoping for more accountability from your organization, but to encourage from the inside. Obviously, don't put your money into a failing organization, but give it time to develop the practices you want to see.
I'd love to hear any comments about it here or at Philanthropy Action.