A formula for fixing the hardest problems
from Harvard Business Review
As the three basic sectors of U.S. society — government, business and nonprofit, each of which have their own culture, language and mentality — attempt to solve our most-pressing challenges, we seem to be sinking into a bottomless black hole. Even simple problems elude solutions, and the ones that do exist — regulation in government, competition in business and the work of nonprofits to fill gaps — frequently fall short. How can we find some way out of this mess?
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