News & CommentaryArchive
Jun 29, 2010
U.S. Lagging, Not Leading, Social Entrepreneurship
Here’s my latest for Harvard Business Review’s “The Conversation” blog. I make the point that, contrary to conventional wisdom, the US is not very good at social innovation and that the major social innovations of the last 20 years have all originated elsewhere. I’ll expand on the HBR post soon; in the meantime, please comment with your thoughts here or there.
By the way, you may have noticed that we haven’t been posting much lately. But it’s the World Cup! What did you think we would be doing?