John Kehoe discusses how the chocolate maker TCHO has encouraged social entrepreneurship in developing countries through innovative supply chain practices.
Audio talks by leaders of social change
Audio lectures brought to you by Social Innovation Conversations, co-hosted by Stanford Social Innovation Review's Managing Editor Eric Nee.
An increased demand for energy means an increased need for environmental sustainability. Where does economic development fit in?
Marcia Stepanek provides a robust framework for building a social media strategy that fits with the organization's mission
Katrina Benjamin describes the environmental sustainability problems associated with slavery, and suggests ways that organizations can work to eliminate slavery through cooperative social responsibility.
Dr. Kohl Gill of LaborVoices discusses the mobile technology platform and how it can foster accountability and communication from supply chain executives to factory floors.
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Breaking sideways in a world that likes going straight ahead: how the punk rock ethos is the story of social entrepreneurship.
Employing social enterprise to improve packaging, Coca-Cola uses renewable resources and recycling projects to enhance environmental sustainability and international development.
Today's consumers do not use resources efficiently. But a new model could change how we buy and what we throw away.
In this audio lecture, Mr. Gore shares insights on leadership and climate crisis solutions, and identifies the need market reforms.
CB Bhattacharya explains why the traditional approach to CSR should be reexamined and why a change from top-down to stakeholder-driven initiatives means higher returns.