By making data easily verifiable, resistant to alteration, and instantly available to anyone within a network, the incorruptible digital ledgers known as blockchains can help ensure that commercial goods are ethically produced from mine to store.
Employee surveys can help organizations surface fresh perspectives and new thinking while building a culture that rewards curiosity. Part of a series produced for SSIR with the support of the Hewlett Foundation.
Entrepreneur support programs are popular among donors, but many fail to incorporate rigorous research on the most effective ways to help businesses grow. Insights from current academic literature can help improve program design.
An excerpt of Uberland demonstrates how the rideshare app company has utilized Silicon Valley practices to transform the workplace.
Growing confusion about impact investing's key principles and practices has it headed for a fall.
An excerpt from Africa's Business Revolution: How to Succeed in the World's Next Big Growth Market shows how “doing good” and “doing well” go hand-in-hand.
In Challenge Culture: Why The Most Successful Organizations Run on Pushback, Dunkin’ Brands chairman Nigel Travis explains the usefulness of open and honest communication.
A new French law is about to revamp the country’s civil code and its 200-year-old definition of the corporate purpose.
Consumers say they want to purchase ethically, but selective memory gets in the way of their decisions.
Four ways companies seeking to align their corporate strategies and business processes with the Sustainable Development Goals can foster social innovation from within.