How do social impact leaders scale their impact to change the world for the better? On CASE in Point from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, we explore how leaders of social ventures and impact investors are using business to address some of the world’s most vexing challenges.
Bart Houlahan: Building a Movement to Drive Systems Change
At CASE, one of the trends that we are constantly talking about is the idea of systems change – addressing the root cause of social problems in order to fundamentally shift the components that are contributing to those problems. On …
Jordan Kassalow: Navigating Founder Transitions & Becoming a Systems Change Entrepreneur
By bringing together governments, corporations and nongovernmental organizations, Jordan Kassalow, founder of VisionSpring and co-founder of EYElliance, is working to change the system and increase access to eyeglasses to people around the world. On this episode of CASE in Point, …
Ommeed Sathe: Mainstreaming of Impact Investing to Achieve Real Change
At CASE, we believe that impact investing, the practice of investing for social or environment impact, as well as financial return, is a critical lever for solving social problems. Impact investing has continued to gain momentum and is becoming more …
Jordan Kassalow: Daring To Matter – The Path to Making a Difference
One of our favorite things to do at CASE is talk to a number of the experienced and successful social entrepreneurs in our network and pick their brains about their path to becoming the social impact leaders that they are …
Bart Houlahan: Shifting from Shareholder to Stakeholder Capitalism
We are witnessing a momentous shift in the expectations of business – from a sole focus on financial shareholders to being held accountable to all stakeholders, including employees, consumers and the environment. On this episode of CASE in Point, we’ll …
Daryn Dodson: Addressing Implicit Bias in Global Banking
At CASE, we have spent the better part of our year diving into the topic of diversity, equity, and inclusion as it pertains to our work and the greater field of social impact. In this episode of CASE in Point …
Relevant. Thoughtful. To the point (no pun intended).
I thoroughly enjoy the topics and speakers being showcased. As a social justice enthusiast I find the interviews relevant and honest. Most issues are addressed from experiences and work done on the field. The interviews flow and are usually the right length of time for a car ride / quick jog.