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    Innovation’s encounter with the market results in a game of both high risk and high stakes. Often its outcome defies common sense: superior new products flop, unlikely ideas become runaway hits, and – despite rapid technological advances and intense interconnectedness – change happens at a snail’s pace. What really happens during this encounter? How can […]

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  • September 1, 2012

    In this paper, the authors argue that the field of impact investing needs to shift its focus towards accelerating entire sectors, in addition to scaling individual firms. Authors: Matt Bannick, Paula Goldman (September 2012) Click here to download the Full Report.

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  • October 1, 2004

    Foundations can move past traditional approaches to create social change through imaginative – and even controversial – leadership. Published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Winter 2004 edition Authors:  Ronald A. Heifetz, John V. Kania, & Mark R. Kramer Click here to go to the article.

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