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The Center for Social Innovation cultivates leaders who can solve the world's toughest social and environmental problems. The Center is a project of Stanford University's Graduate School of Business.

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The Center for Social Innovation cultivates leaders who can solve the world's toughest social and environmental problems. The Center is a project of Stanford University's Graduate School of Business.

    Another World is Possible

    Another World is Possible

    Grajew describes the early planning and growth of the World Social Forum, and explains the core ideals that led to positive changes and strengthened his belief that another world is possible. (September 15, 2007)

    • 40 min
    Fighting Corruption at Every Level

    Fighting Corruption at Every Level

    Many countries that should be thriving are dragged into poverty and strife by the burden of corruption. The loss goes far beyond the sums that change hands dishonestly. (October 13, 2007)

    • 42 min
    Achieving the Millennium Development Goals

    Achieving the Millennium Development Goals

    Fazel Abed explains how his organization called BRAC, Building Resources Across Communities, is leading grass roots efforts to achieve the eight UN Millennium Development Goals goals in Bangladesh. (October 29, 2007)

    • 42 min
    Thinking Big and Scaling Up

    Thinking Big and Scaling Up

    Small can be beautiful, but to solve big problems in the world, it often takes large scale solutions. So argues Fazel H. Abed, founder and chairman of BRAC, Building Resources Across Communities. (August 18, 2007)

    • 46 min
    Winners Don't Take All

    Winners Don't Take All

    Negotiation is ubiquitous in our professional as well as personal lives. Yet very few people are skilled at creating value or expanding the pie in negotiation settings. (July 29, 2007)

    • 1h 2 min
    Evidence-Based Management

    Evidence-Based Management

    For-profit and nonprofit organizations alike should make decisions based on facts as well as the careful evaluation of their specific situation. (August 12, 2007)

    • 1h 5 min

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