With the ever-widening wealth gap, we as a society need to break out of the traditional philanthropic mold.
Understanding why people behave unselfishly
If real, radical cultural change is a goal of the Clinton Global Initiative, then real rich people are part of the problem and fundamental to the solution.
Employers who provide workers with tangible ways to make a positive social or environmental impact will find that it pays off.
As leaders, the only pretension we cannot tolerate is that we are powerless to change what we see around us.
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Only a sliver of the world’s population currently benefits from well-designed spaces in which to live their best lives.
A groundbreaking microfinance model is bringing out the best in society.
A new generation of architects and designers are raising expectations for the public interest design movement.
A follow up to the recent post "Some Questions About Udacity."