The social sector has utterly failed to create a compelling pitch to the political sector about what we do.
Four concrete lessons for social innovators.
Too often we engage in linear, simplistic solutions, when lasting change requires collaborative efforts.
An important lesson that no one is talking about but that we all need to learn.
We need social change leaders who are ready to tackle systems that perpetuate injustice.
It’s time for a new generation of social change leaders to move beyond occupying Wall Street to transform it.
Social change organizations should focus on creating a just organizational culture for themselves before bringing about global justice.
Workplace wellness councils are emerging as one of the most powerful leaders in reducing health care costs and improving health.
The sector needs to shift the definition of success from organizations that survive to organizations that actually achieve their missions.
So focused on short-term funding for survival, the nonprofit sector is losing its ability to implement innovative solutions to the world’s problems.