Project Healthy Children works with governments and manufacturers to bring fortified foods to people at risk.
Paralegals can be critical in countries that are short on courts and lawyers. A nonprofit called Namati is helping to bring them there.
Abbott’s John Capek discusses health care device regulation, transparency, and the critical relationship between physicians and their patients.
Research shows that bolstering people’s sense of well-being can motivate them to slim down or exercise more.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair discusses the importance of partnerships in working with African nations.
Gayle Lemmon discusses how entrepreneurs conduct business in some of the world’s most difficult and dangerous environments.
Retired four-star general Stanley McChrystal says strong leaders should build relationships with those above and below them in their organizations, own up to team mistakes, and learn how to motivate those over whom they have no formal authority.
In a Stanford course, Jane Chen finds her passion is saving babies
Organizations such as Goodwill Industries and the Camp Fire Girls of America have endured for more than 100 years. The key to their survival is change, not more of the same, their leaders told a business school audience.
While businesses have worked for hundreds of years to improve quality and reduce costs, the social sector has failed to make similar improvements in programs such as education or welfare, says Bill Drayton, founder and CEO of Ashoka, the world's oldest support organization for social entrepreneurs.