Universities play a critical role in producing social impact leaders committed to the public good and prepared to confront the challenges of an uncertain world.
Three lessons from the field for NGOs pursuing social impact investing.
Academic institutions can help build the impact investing field by teaching students a fuller suite of skills, clarifying the range of career paths open to them, and developing a better theoretical and practical knowledge base.
Examining the pitfalls and potential of social business plan competitions, and how educators can redesign them for greater impact.
A network sponsored by the Aspen Institute is enabling corporate social intrapreneurs to become less lonely—and more effective.
Corporations that suffer from reputational threats often form unlikely alliances with social activist groups.
Changing who and how universities teach social innovation offers unprecedented learning opportunities for students—and the potential to create greater social impact.
The challenges facing the world—issues that affect businesses, government, and civil society in equal part—are too real and too urgent for any sector to go it alone.
More and more students are seeking out courses from business schools that support them in pursuing meaningful careers, and universities are responding, but what does the future hold?