City, state, and federal government agencies in the United States could benefit from the creative energy of new companies dedicated to the unique challenges of the public sector.
How an organization distributes a life-improving technology matters more to its commercial success than the product itself.
By creating mechanisms to efficiently plan for uncertainty, philanthropists can ensure that they maintain forward momentum and keep their impact on track.
Three abilities every foundation needs to achieve long-term impact.
Innovative programs are addressing the educational disconnect in the developing world.
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Social investments in France have achieved a very high level of development and represent models that can—and should—be replicated abroad.
Setting aspirational goals can inspire more people to get involved in your cause—and meaningful milestones can keep them engaged.
A philanthropic investment in Guatemala has established an ongoing stream of revenue to reach at-risk kids.
Part 3 of 3: Bring talent to solve underserved market inefficiencies, not just intention.
A report from the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative and Social Good Summit—the trading floors of the new philanthrocapitalism.