Monthly Archives: April 2015

Considering Collective Impact

In a recent blog posting in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Gabriela Gandel and Tatiana Glad outline the fundamental principles that underly effective collective social innovation projects, and describe how three specific actions can maximum their social and economic impacts. You can read the whole blog posting here: They take a business-oriented perspective, but as an […]
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Unfortunately, the word “innovative” may be at risk of being the next good word to lose its meaning in the morass of overuse. It appears in all too many reports, documents, promotional materials and websites, and now it’s being used by governments to reframe complex societal and environmental issues as if they were simple targets for re-engineering […]
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