Overlooking the unique and invaluable role of women as design leaders is bad for business and for all of us.
We should not overlook innovations in the subcontinent that could be transformative in the United States.
Development professionals can learn from Silicon Valley aid efforts, and create more effective and transformative change around the world.
When it comes to the social sector, mainstream media is silent.
Let’s start telling social entrepreneurial aspirants the truth and get those who support the field financially to acknowledge that staying power and relationship-building are ineluctable partners to innovation. Part two of a series.
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Social entrepreneurs have to get out there and do the work, with enough staying power to make a real impact. Part one of a two-part series.
What would Hari Seldon think of big data?
One simple change to the IRS code would ensure that nonprofits assemble diverse boards that truly represent the organizations’ owners: the community.
Old-school development and its rusting reminders.
Catastrophes of the built environment, like the Bangladeshi factory collapse, expose the true cost in public suffering when we fail to build resiliently.