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Tag: Corporations




Your Next Donor Is a Toothbrush

As more corporations realize the potential of cause-marketing, more charities can create partnerships that result in exposure and revenue.

By Dylan Nord & Kevin Lee | Jul. 26, 2013


Corporate Social Responsibility Is Essential to Environmental Sustainability

Featuring Al Gore | Jul. 15, 2013

Socially Responsible Business

Corporate Responsibility Through the Stakeholder’s Lens

Featuring C.B. Bhattacharya | Jul. 12, 2013

Nonprofit Management

The Nonprofitization of Business

Two areas where business can begin to learn from nonprofits.

By Ken Berger & Jeremy Kohomban | 2 | Jul. 3, 2013


Forging Ahead with Cross-Sector Innovations

The mayor of Seoul, Korea, recounts his path to government office and explains why social innovation is central to the way that he governs.
By Won-Soon Park | May. 15, 2013

Economic Development

Tapping the Entrepreneurial Potential of Grassroots Innovation

Instead of treating poor people as a sink of public aid and assistance, we should view them as a source of new ideas and innovations.
By Anil K. Gupta | 5 | May. 15, 2013


Conservation as an Investment

Environmental conservation and business investment are not mutually exclusive, argues the CEO of the Nature Conservancy.
Reviewed By Robert Jaquay | May. 15, 2013
Deirdre White is president and CEO at the nonprofit CDC Development Solutions (CDS).

Socially Responsible Business

The Future of Corporate Engagement in the Developing World

Five takeaways from this year’s International Corporate Volunteerism Conference.

By Deirdre White | 1 | May. 6, 2013

Technology & Design

Second Life’s Second Life for Social Innovation

Researchers explore the effects of virtual embodiment among people with Parkinson’s disease.

By Jody Turner & Donna Davis | Mar. 25, 2013

The Trouble with Winning

One of 16 special essays on how the field of social innovation has evolved and what challenges remain ahead.

By Roger Martin | Feb. 21, 2013