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Those who engage in altruistic behavior reap benefits that are significant and measurable, two sociologists argue.
The Mayo Clinic achieves patient care improvements through innovation that is incremental rather than disruptive.
A "big think" look at the future of capitalism fails to reckon with the factors that make capitalism so resilient.
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In one prominent effort to reinvent public schools, promise and performance don't necessarily match up.
Two impact investing pioneers offer a primer on efforts to generate both social benefits and financial returns.
The first chief technology officer of the United States offers a vision for remaking public services.
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A veteran corporate social responsibility leader reflects on “doing well and doing good” at a big oil company.