To achieve systems change, we must pay attention not just to formal procedures, but also to culture.
How companies in industries such as pharmaceuticals are starting to learn that by giving more data away, they actually get more back.
In accepting responsibility for social entrepreneurship, you and I accept the inescapable tension between two very legitimate impulses: the impulse to respect a community, and the impulse to change it.
How leaders can work with, and work through, ambiguity to make thoughtful decisions in an uncertain and volatile world.
A dialogue with University of Michigan professor Dean Yang on what we can—and can't—learn from randomized controlled trials.
A venture capitalist argues that the liberal arts are at the heart of the best technology.
How gender lens investing can contribute to economic prosperity and equal rights.
New findings on the large scale and importance of innovation by consumers fundamentally change how we understand the innovation process.
How organizations in the development sector can more systematically consider the implications of the environments in which they work.
Modified from an excerpt of Philanthropy in Democratic Societies: History, Institutions, Values, edited by Rob Reich, Chiara Cordelli, and Lucy Bernholz.