Exciting announcement revealed at the Skoll World Forum: BRAC and MasterCard Foundation announced a $45 million partnership.
It's time for every company to join the journey towards greater corporate responsibility.
The eighth year of the Skoll World Forum showed incredible dedication to accelerating entrepreneurial solutions to the world’s most pressing social issues.
Many nonprofits send out scores of “updates” and other messages that are really just thinly disguised pitches for money.
Collaboration across sectors supports the scaling up of product dissemination and an organizations’ goals of improving the lives of low-income citizens.
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It turns out that change initiatives are very often driven by intrapreneurs—individuals working in so-called “conventional” roles.
I believe that there are three core approaches to philanthropy, each of which can be effective.
I hope that as long as there is poverty in our country, there will be a Cincinnati Works’ model that can help families escape poverty.
There should be greater concern over who is protecting nonprofits that find themselves in situations like that of NPR, which recently lost its federal funding.
In business schools around the country, there’s much ado about social entrepreneurship and a double bottom-line—social good and profits.