Fall 2016

Volume 14, Number 4

Many organizations claim to be innovative, but few have actually taken the time to learn and master the process of innovation. In the fall 2016 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review we are thrilled to publish an article, “When Innovation Goes Wrong,” that explores the process. One of the most interesting parts of the article is its in-depth look at the ways that social innovation can go awry.

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A Plan for Healing

By Amy Yee

After a period of war and genocide, Rwanda launched a national health insurance program that is now delivering sharply improved outcomes.

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