Two venture capitalists and an entrepreneur discuss the challenges and opportunities that innovators confront as they seek to improve health care.
Social investors are experimenting with a profusion of creative funding mechanisms to help innovators sustain health-improving approaches and to achieve greater impact.
Organizations should focus less on growing themselves and more on cultivating their networks.
Maternova is getting hundreds of life saving innovations to the front lines in developing countries using a new online platform.
A look at what’s needed next to create the right policy environment for innovation and results.
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A veteran social entrepreneur provides a guide to those who are thinking through the thorny question of whether to create a nonprofit, a for-profit, or something in between.
Social entrepreneurs have taken the hybrid model to a new level, crafting it into a single structure that can operate as both a for-profit and a nonprofit.
Several social enterprises are attempting to provide eyeglasses to the 500 million to 1 billion poor people who need them. Why haven’t any of the organizations succeeded on a large scale?
Politically radical social workers didn’t expect to be working in a bank any more than white-collar bankers expected to be holding meetings in a crowded public market.
Driving Social Change: How to Solve the World’s Toughest Problems by Paul C. Light