Haruki Murakami uses running as a metaphor to describe his journey as a novelist, but the metaphor works equally well for social innovation.
Our experience challenges notions that quality scaling requires top-down, centralized approaches.
Social entrepreneurship is getting bolder.
Leading organizations are placing bets on action over rhetoric.
A new framework emerges for social innovation education.
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A look at SAP’s corporate initiatives to develop new talent for work in emerging markets.
Social entrepreneurs lead the way out of polarization through invention.
While we universally applaud social entrepreneurs, another model of social change could unlock even greater levels of participation.
The sharing economy is creating new business models, forcing traditional for-profit businesses to adapt or fall behind. The same will hold true for the social sector.
Growing social enterprises from incubation to first-stage scaling opens up the need to attract different types of investments. The last of a three-part series.