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Philanthropy Publications

  • Article
  • May, 2014
  • Solving the World’s Problems by Working Together
  • Wendy Woods
  • To solve the world’s most challenging problems, global health organizations must work together in a coordinated manner. BCG recommends a simple but powerful approach featuring three key elements: alignment, cooperation, and trust. In all these critical efforts, we must put the larger mission before individual goals, and hold ourselves accountable for progress toward that mission.
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  • Report
  • November, 2013
  • The Power of Social Business: Lessons from Corporate Engagements with Grameen
  • Ulrich Villis, Rainer Strack, Muhammad Yunus, Saskia Bruysten
  • When they collaborate with social businesses, companies directly contribute their expertise to help solve social problems. If designed and managed effectively, the alignment between social business activities and a core commercial business generates both social impact and tangible business benefits. Ten social businesses offer lessons in the most sustainable and most successful approaches.
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  • Article
  • May, 2013
  • Rethinking Corporate Philanthropy
  • Max Silverstein, Priya Chandran, Sarah Cairns-Smith
  • Many companies are discovering that their corporate-giving programs can make a real and lasting contribution to important social and environmental causes. At the same time, they can create significant value for their employees, businesses, and reputation—benefits that go beyond the traditional goals of corporate philanthropy.
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