Doughnut Economics calls for an economy that is regenerative and distributive by design – and to get there, individual businesses must go much deeper than product innovation. Why "deep design" matters, and seven ways to get there.
Reporting from this week’s GSG Impact Summit, Laura Joffre hears how data – however untidy – is “revolutionising” behaviour. Plus, the high-profile venture that wants to transform governance, and more top stories this week.
Boards everywhere must act now – and act with confidence – if we're to create a sustainable future. That means leaving behind old ways of thinking and switching to 21st century governance, say the founding partners of Mondiale Impact.
Social enterprises are perfectly placed to nurture the rich connections that emerge when people work together for shared benefit – creating this ‘social wealth’ should be embedded within every social enterprise, argues author Freer Spreckley.
Social enterprise has drifted too far from its roots, says pioneer of the movement Freer Spreckley, who calls for a return to six core principles. In part four of an exclusive series: why regenerative eco-action must guide every decision.
Social enterprises can survive social or environmental ‘bankruptcy’ – but run out of cash, and they cease trading. Financial viability means more than a healthy profit, though: it’s also the key to a better way of doing business.
The notion of social enterprise has drifted far from its roots, says author and pioneer of the movement Freer Spreckley. How to return to core principles? By choosing democratic governance, even if it feels radical. Part two in our exclusive series.
“Each and every” trustee responsible for how a foundation deploys its endowment “super-power”, according to new ACF report. Plus, foundations should be transparent with grantees on the source of their wealth.