Workplace wellness councils are emerging as one of the most powerful leaders in reducing health care costs and improving health.
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Face-to-face conversations among CEOs reminds and reassures them that that failure is, in fact, the norm and does not preclude success.
An interview with Stephen Friend about using using open source to encourage collaboration and share health information.
For one client, four successive poor hires for one mid-level position had profound consequences on its scorecard.
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An analysis of the perspectives and value of the debate of whether foundations should spend out.
An interview with Village Telco Founder Stephen Song about applying open source technology to social change.
The problem of unhealthy cafeteria food in public schools, how it contributes to obesity in America, and measures we can take to stop it.
Solving social challenges requires working with people to develop the ideas that will enable them to live the lives they want.
The Sunlight Foundation's report assessing federal spending gives US taxpayers a decent, and troubling, view of a system that does not function well.