It is time to shift gears and to stop searching for best practice models on leadership within the Fortune 500 companies.
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As we create new ideas and solutions to society’s problems, we have to be careful not to become too wedded to them and think that they are universally applicable.
The recent collapse of Hull House is a reminder that the tectonic shifts underway in the human service sector cannot be avoided.
An important lesson that no one is talking about but that we all need to learn.
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Big business can join forces with social enterprises to support India’s inclusive growth.