Why we need to move from “the social entrepreneur” to social impact.
From Mumbai, India, to Mérida, Mexico, IBM employees are applying
their professional skills to a wide range of social challenges.
Touting products like LEDs and recycled plastic packaging as “green” is misleading, because it fails to account for their effects on markets and consumer behavior and for the resulting environmental consequences.
By following the right regimen, pharmaceutical companies can boost their ability to bring life-saving medicines to poor customers.
More poor households benefit when the private and social sectors work together to build better environments for inclusive business.
How to turn frugal thinking into a crowd-rewarding, sustainable business model and culture.
It’s a confusing time for measuring corporate social and environmental impact, but the pioneers who take it seriously, set ambitious goals, and report accurately will come out ahead.
Let’s be ambitious about using innovative financing to help sort out global supply chains, provide catalytic capital for energy transition, and link talent in emerging markets to online marketplaces.
Solving the problem means taking an inclusive approach to foster sustainable development in the countries of origin.
Business has an important role to play in social change, but not through corporate social responsibility.