Changing who and how universities teach social innovation offers unprecedented learning opportunities for students—and the potential to create greater social impact.
An organization’s early-stage success has less to do with having a charismatic, lone visionary at the helm, and more to do with teamwork, metrics, and access to capital.
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?
Social innovators have a lot to learn from situations where they and their target beneficiaries vote on opposite sides.
Social enterprises contribute significantly to the economy, and simultaneously are fiercely social mission-driven.
Treating philanthropic grants as revenue can hurt social enterprises’ performance.