I was recently invited to speak to a gathering of young social innovators about ethics and values and the conflicts that can emerge over them. The group included a manager of a Fortune 200 company who was helping his firm develop green packaging design, a business entrepreneur who was designing a way for people in developing countries to use mobile phones to access goods and services more easily, and a social entrepreneur who was attempting to transform the environmental footprint of a...
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