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Maternal health policy change won’t save enough mothers’ lives

Christensen Institute

Policies are a critical lever for change. But as I’ll detail here, policy alone is not enough. As a result, leaders often fail when trying to manage change, since the tools they use waste credibility, energy, and resources. Getting the diagnosis right has profound implications for how to roll out any proposed change.

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A policy playbook for school innovation, given continued struggles for students

Christensen Institute

As educators, policymakers, and the media fret that the unprecedented levels of federal investment in our nation’s schools during the pandemic haven’t had the impact that they had hoped on helping students rebound, some have asked how policy can help schools rethink and reinvent schooling rather than stick with the status quo.

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4 Things That I Learned About Change From The Orange Revolution

Digital Tonto

After 80 years of communism and then 10 more under kleptocratic rule, few thought change was possible. The Orange Revolution in 2004 changed that. When leaders set out to pursue change we must do it in ways that allow others to adopt in ways that reinforce, rather than undermine, their identity. Change Isn’t About Persuasion.

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The Stories We Tell Determine The Change We Can Achieve

Digital Tonto

Change always begins with a grievance. Clearly, more emotionally-laden content, such as a policy issue or a business strategy is going to spark vigorous debates. Yet if we truly care about change, we need to hold ourselves accountable to be effective messengers. The stories we tell are important.

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How Digital Transformation will Bend the Curve of the Linear Economy Toward the Circular

Speaker: Bruce Armstrong Taylor, Co-Founder & Managing Director of SmartNations Foundation, Jimmy Jia, Venture Partner at Pi Labs, Fabienne Durand, Senior Advisor to the SmartNations Foundation, & Roger Strukhoff, Executive Director of the Tau Institute

Climate change is here. What can we do in our corporate organizations, in our homes and communities, to change the current course? What can we do in our corporate organizations, in our homes and communities, to change the current course? What will be needed on the corporate policy and governance side to drive this?

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Innovation: the accelerator for the changes in our energy transitions

Paul Hobcraft

We are losing the race to stop our planet’s warming as our innovative human endeavours are not at the level they should be, or we lack the “will” to make the changes we so desperately need to undergo to protect our planet. The sheer scope of the energy transition often pulls me in so many different directions.

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How the Pandemic Changed the Way Cybersecurity Professionals Work

Business and Tech

COVID-19 forced a lot of change in the ways we operate businesses, including where we perform our jobs. The flexibility offered by remote work policies has allowed cybersecurity professionals to address cybersecurity issues quickly, educate staff on the latest cybersecurity threats, enhance monitoring and defenses, and so much more.

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