For the past several weeks, I've been writing about the urgent need to redefine "success" in the nonprofit sector.
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If you aren't careful, you can be co-opted by the system and/or perceived to have compromised yourself and your mission by people on the outside.
Global health pioneer and Partners in Health co-founder Paul Farmer, MD recently emphasized the need to bring "systems thinking" into the discussion of improving the delivery of health care world-wide.
GE Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt, a 1978 Dartmouth graduate, says that to consider "change" and "social change" separately is a "losing proposition."
Michael Porter, the Harvard Business School strategy guru, talks about one significant influence in his educational career--a student leadership pos...
In a recent talk, Global health pioneer and Partners in Health co-founder Paul Farmer, MD spoke of his friend Jim Yong Kim's vision as he begins his term as the 17th president of Dartmouth.
Many point out that without special interest groups, "bribing" our elected officials is the main problem. Bribery is one of the "high crimes" mentioned in Article 2, Section 4 of our constitution.
In a recent panel discussion, Brown University President Ruth Simmons talks about how the profound impact of one teacher in a high school course changed her life.
At a recent roundtable, Partners in Health co-founder Paul Farmer, MD spoke about the influences early in his life that led to his career in medicine. Watch it here.
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