Who should measure what? Mind the gap.
For the environmental movement to succeed, it needs to convert its ideas, science, theories, and activism into practical politics that can win votes on a large scale.
A response to a recent article on high stakes donor collaborations, highlighting the New York Merger, Acquisition, and Collaboration Fund.
Research shows that healthcare social enterprises are segmenting the BOP and leaving the bottom 50 percent of consumers behind.
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To live up to its vision to change the world for the better, the social entrepreneur movement must clearly and simply define itself.
Catastrophes of the built environment, like the Bangladeshi factory collapse, expose the true cost in public suffering when we fail to build resiliently.
Keeping your message simple helps mobilize people in support of your goals.
Many people think that the term “government innovation” is an oxymoron, but innovation does occur in the public sector and the pace is accelerating.
From Skoll World Forum 2013: Will new measurement tools such as “big data” be a big distraction or a big opportunity?