“How to Give Half of Your Work Away for Free” is a new book written by Matthew Manos that is currently seeking funding on indiegogo. In 2008, at the age of 19, [...]
I’m increasingly intrigued with the assessment tools that are available to leaders of non-profits and social enterprises. I attended a session a ...
There can only be one Jacqueline Novogratz. And no, this is not a hagiography; there is no need to relentlessly emphasize how rare of a person she is: ...
‘Tis the season for giving…and receiving. If you’re a social entrepreneur looking for items (other than funding) to put on your wishlist, check out these great reads. The Fortune at [...]
Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ) began in 1970 working with young children and their families as the city’s first truancy-prevention program. Since then HCZ has been led by Social Entrepreneur Geoffrey [...]
Worldchanging: A Users Guide for the 21st Century is receiving rave reviews from across the social innovation space. Business Week calls it a “[...] smart, hip mini-encyclopedia of what’s new [...]
I sat down with my friend last week and we started discussing sustainability, organic food and the book, In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan (the author of An Omnivores [...]
This week’s book was chosen from a unique perspective, it isn’t just about being green, it actually is green. Made from 98% recycled materials, the Green Start Series by Ikids [...]
The following is a guest post by Rehab Chougle, an engineer by profession and writer by choice. She resides in Mumbai, India and writes on topics within social entrepreneurship, politics [...]
Welcome back! I thought nothing could be better for our second week of socially conscious book recommendations then a book that talks about changing the world. In The Power of [...]
For the last four months I have been helping with Ashoka’s social media initiatives and acquired quite a plethora of knowledge. One of the random tidbits of information I picked [...]