While women are graduating from college at ever-increasing rates, the amount of high-growth companies they start is still unacceptably low. What can we do to tip that balance?
The Future Of Collaboration
Instead of just telling stories to our children, what if we let them participate in them--or even create them themselves?
Because the government’s efforts at doing so are fumbling at best, it may be up to an intrepid group of innovative thinkers to design ways to make our medical experiences better and more efficient.
Bitcoins developed as an alternative to the international banking system, but a new form of financial interaction is taking shape on the world’s social networks. What is the currency of reputation and good will worth?
For centuries, Jewish students have studied the Talmud by learning through discussion and argument. Can U.S. education take anything from this ancient tradition that puts debate, not lecture, at the center of learning?
Making healthy lifestyle decisions has proven to be impossible for many people. But if we can just get them to take a few simple steps, we could have a health revolution.
Predictions for how the next 15 years are going to change how children learn, at school and at home.
Reinventing how we teach young adults to be leaders might be the defining opportunity of our time. But it’s going to take a wholesale rethinking of how we educate.
When the business landscape isn’t just corporation versus corporation, but corporation versus real human being, our values are going to be forced to change.
It’s easy to be small and good, but how can you get a company large enough to make a difference while still maintaining your mission?