Traditional perceptions of the roles different sectors play in our society hinder our ability to create social change.
Takeaways from a discussion on the promises and perils of innovation in the social sector.
A look at the skills, competencies, and behaviors organizations need to navigate the “new normal.”
A conversation with philanthropist Connie Duckworth, founder of ARZU Studio Hope.
How an organization distributes a life-improving technology matters more to its commercial success than the product itself.
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A new strain of economic thought is emerging to explain how societies can grow sustainably.
Prizes allow institutions to develop revolutionary new solutions, are less risky than traditional grants, and can create communities of practice.
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.
Too many smart people are trying to come up with too many new solutions; fostering plagiarism of successful models is the fastest track to systems change.