Philanthropy can lead the way to opportunity for young men and boys of color by supporting diverse leadership.
Dysfunctional public and private capital markets benefit traders, speculators, and financiers more than companies and communities; direct public offerings provide a capital funding solution that benefits everyone.
Supporting the personal well-being of nonprofit leaders is critical to the success of effective organizations, and grantmakers can help.
Less donor fragmentation can lead to impact at a transformative scale.
In the next 10 years, we will move toward protecting the environment for people not from them.
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Haruki Murakami uses running as a metaphor to describe his journey as a novelist, but the metaphor works equally well for social innovation.
Every dollar invested in employee development yields more efficient and effective impact.
A brief history of investing that advances environmental and social concerns, and why impact investors and sustainable investors should look to what they have in common, not how they differ.
How a little-known tradition that helped rebuild Rwanda could help the rest of us.
We need to shift from a focus on production to impact, and leverage principles of platforms, networks, community, and co-creation.