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Posted on 16. Dec, 2009 by Andrew.
Last week I traveled to Dallas for the OneStar Foundation: Texas Center for Social Impact’s Governor’s Nonprofit Leadership Conference. The theme of the conference was “The Driving Force for Social Impact 2009: Where the Rubber Meets the Road.” The title was well chosen; the OneStar Foundation is definitely taking a leadership role in advancing social […]
Posted on 08. Dec, 2009 by Andrew.
I’m excited to be giving a keynote tomorrow at the OneStar Foundation: Texas Center for Social Impact’s Governor’s Nonprofit Leadership Conference in Dallas. OneStar is doing some great work through their Texas Social Innovation Initiative to identify effective nonprofits and support their work (they will announce the seven winners of their competition tomorrow), drawing on […]
Posted on 02. Dec, 2009 by Andrew.
I kicked off this blog by stating that the world is at an inflection point. As we head into the holiday season, I can’t help but feel that the work of advancing social innovation – developing, testing, and honing promising approaches, rewarding exceptional performance, spreading and scaling success, and catalyzing public-private partnerships across the nation […]
Posted on 29. May, 2009 by Andrew.
I recently had an op-ed published in the Boston Business Journal entitled “Time for civic leadership.” In it, I call for the establishment of an Office of Social Innovation in Massachusetts. I believe that in order for us to advance a social innovation agenda, we will need to link federal initiatives to state-level activities. While […]