Real change only occurs when people, and the institutions we collectively form, restructure to make better use of new technology.
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How are your tools defining the way you can work or the way you can engage with your community?
“Digital citizenship” and connectivity are opening up new avenues to tap into the creativity, inventiveness and enterprise of youth to create educational and economic opportunities.
Whether there is a profit motive or not, the notion that business has a role to play in addressing societal issues is at the heart of today’s discourse on social entrepreneurship.
New levels of data-filtering, along with the growth of social networks that aggregate like-minded souls, are threatening civic engagement—and other assertions made at the Personal Democracy Forum.
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Leadership must be more inclusive, networked, and collective.
An anthem to the problems many struggling nonprofits face.
We need to face the challenges in our communities head-on and charge right through the fear and uncertainty for the greater good.
Will mobile telephones become the new super highway to connect the poor to the financial grid?
We are in the midst of a revolution in philanthropy.