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Innovation is not immune to unconscious gender, ethnic, or other biases. With the dawn of AI, the need to make new products or processes inclusive is more urgent than ever

Lessons from Fogo Island and beyond
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At OLG, future growth hinges on how well today’s downstream effects are mitigated. Here’s how Ontario’s lottery and gaming operator converts social responsibility into strategy

Want to really attack the climate crisis? Make firms account for the environmental costs of their operations

Al Etmanski

It’s not enough to bring your social enterprise to the mountaintop, says a veteran change maker. You have to work with existing cultural habits and put your ego to the side

As impact investment surges, social finance practitioners learn that money, conventional metrics, and good intentions go only so far

Employee-centric strategies to improve your environmental footprint.
60-minutesWednesday, September 23, 2015 - 1:00pm
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Health system users are advocating for new ways of delivering care. How can healthcare providers harness this new force?

Good management practices pay off for both the firm and society

Four consumer psychology insights that drive the nonprofit marketing agenda

If sustainable low-carbon behaviours are to be embedded in the workplace, organizational culture has to change. Here’s how HR processes can make that happen
Transformational leaders can have an outsized impact on the pro-environment behaviours of those around them. The leaders of Steam Whistle Brewing show how it’s done

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