Three common and harmful prejudices against charitable organizations, and how nonprofits can subvert them.
By applying behavioral economics theory to philanthropy, we can better manage grantmaker tendencies toward loss and risk aversion, and the effects of other decision-making patterns.
Three ways to make research and evaluation in international development more relevant, ethical, and applied.
Early approaches are advancing fruitful dialogue around how to accelerate the revolutionary potential of online education and enable better outcomes for graduates.
Corporations can achieve growth in emerging markets by investing in and organizing around sustainable and inclusive business activities.
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How the next generation of funders and social entrepreneurs are already taking cues from tech to “hack” the world’s most pressing social problems.
A look at why and how social innovation can catalyze solutions for local problems from within the community, rather than by importing ideas from the outside.
Like Game of Thrones’ “Dany” Targaryen, entrepreneur Sean Parker is intent on replacing what he sees as a broken and oppressive system with something better.
Nonprofits have the potential to achieve far more by decentralizing and clarifying power and decision-making within their organizations.
How the Internet of Everything can help solve four fundamental corporate responsibility challenges.