PopTech, the annual three-day meeting of innovators and do-gooders is a cynicism breaker.
Interview with Rod Schwartz, founder of ClearlySo, a company that helps entrepreneurs with raising capital, team building, product sales, and financial management.
The problem with “changing the world” is that it probably involves invoking impossibly superficial means to address oversimplified problems.
There was an extraordinary amount of positivity, optimism, and collaboration at SWF. I interviewed two people who particularly believe in the power of collaboration.
Interview with John Marks, founder of Search for Common Ground, a nonprofit conflict-resolution organization, and head of Common Ground Productions
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It comes down to this: We’re all operating in a dysfunctional market for impact.
The eighth year of the Skoll World Forum showed incredible dedication to accelerating entrepreneurial solutions to the world’s most pressing social issues.
When it comes to innovation in civil society, there is nothing that can match the speed and ingenuity of communities that come together to make a change, develop a tool, or feed a need.
Failure and its upside—a report from the 2010 PopTech conference.
Focusing on other people is something that comes naturally to many nonprofit practitioners. What’s harder for us is asking for help when we need it.