Effective leaders encourage dissent and activism, combining listening skills with the ability to define and live up to a convincing moral and political vision.
A new methodology is helping to reshape the future of the drug problem.
Part one of a five-part series of interviews with and commentary by leaders working to reduce gun violence in the United States.
Our digital infrastructure is rapidly eroding accepted boundaries that diplomacy, good governance, and politics have relied on for centuries.
We face daunting challenges, but political institutions cannot cope; it's time to shake up the system.
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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.
Examples from South Asia show there’s more to successful scaling than replicating a good model.
A report from the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative and Social Good Summit—the trading floors of the new philanthrocapitalism.
Reasonable, open, and credible debate is missing across government, business, and civil society—how can we bring it back?
A report from Lab2, and why learning to reflect on our assumptions about how change happens has value, whether or not “lab” is in your title.