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Then stop insisting on market rate returns.
Most leaders of traditional organizations are missing enormous opportunities to tap into the social networks, ingenuity, and good will of their own constituents.
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A phased approach to innovation can help expert-oriented organizations embrace experimentation and learning.
Five lessons from research on poverty in America.
The White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation enjoys broad, bi-partisan support; in the wake of midterm elections, its work is more important than ever.