We need more good examples and fewer good intentions in social entrepreneurship and humanitarian design.
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Game mechanics will mature, and volunteer programs will adopt them to enhance their programs.
A look at what’s promising and fresh about the Social Innovation Fund.
Africa is failing to meet the demand for secondary education, which is fueled by the region’s rising youth population.
How to make a cultural shift that leads better outcomes.
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Human capital can either be an unanticipated barrier to success or an effective catalyst for achieving it.
Nonprofits that want to actually make a difference need to track their activities in some way.
Blazing the trail for blind Americans to gain acceptance and opportunity.
How do you inspire people, from your CEO to rural farmers to consumers, to change their ways to do good (or at least better) for society?
Foundation and nonprofit leaders need to pay the same attention to increasing employment in the sector as they do to preserving the full deductibility of donations at the highest tax brackets.