Leaders design social movements where believers can self-organize and engage others to gain momentum and social change.
A new labor movement is unfolding, galvanizing workers and igniting workplace change. Coworker.org is a platform for workplace change and more.
Business leaders play important activist roles in communicating societal values and promoting change in areas such as gun control, immigration, and climate actions.
The role of storytelling in driving social change is getting us to care about an issue, creating a movement, and telling new stories about issues.
Information and communications technologies now make corporate activities very public, and a connection strengthens between social activism, social entrepreneurship, and business.
Season Six will set in motion an engaging mash-up of business and social change. We cannot afford to be just leaders. We need to be Activators as well.
Solstice deploys “community solar,” enabling households to subscribe to shared solar farms. Co-founder and CEO, Steph Speirs, highlights their business model to achieve greater energy equity.
Applying entrepreneurial principles to serve the poor and protect the planet is the definition of social entrepreneurship at Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship, Santa Clara University.
Learn perspectives on employee-owned companies as the basis of a new economy focused on broad-based prosperity, limited wealth inequality, shared sense of ownership, and responsibility for communities and workplaces.
Worker collectives make decisions by practicing direct democracy. In NOBL’s case, decisions are made by a broad consensus and operates with little hierarchy.