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3 Lessons in Innovation Every Organization can Learn From (RED)
When Red was founded by Bono and Bobby Shriver back in 2006, it was born out of necessity. The Global Fund—an organization dedicated to fighting diseases like AIDS, TB, and malaria in the developing world—had launched in 2002, with a commitment to garner private sector engagement and raise funds from governments in an effort to accelerate the end of AIDS. But the private sector was not biting, contributing only $5 million in the Global Fund’s first four years. This low level of funding was threatening to jeopardize ongoing commitment levels from the public sector.Read More
How #KissAndMakeup Misses The Mark On Solving Cyber Bullying
A makeup company's hashtag campaign has good intentions, but fails to create real change.Read More
Why Embracing Profitable Good—Not CSR—Will Help You Stay Ahead
Three reasons to adopt a new approach to balancing your business interests and social impact.Read More
Do it like Sir Richard. The gutsy, entrepreneurial approach to profit and purpose.
If there’s one thing you take away from this article it’s this: Have the courage to be bold and have fun when making money and doing good.Read More
Buy-One-Give-One Is A Gateway To Making The World Better (And Feels Pretty Good, Too)
Every little bit of change helps, and teaching businesses that there is money to be made in doing good is a valuable step in making the world better.Read More
Starbucks’s Race Together: Why The Naysayers Have It All Wrong
Rather than scowl at CEO Howard Schultz's bold attempt to further the race dialogue, we should admire his tenacity and modern corporate leadership.Read More