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  • Is Innovation Enough to Make People Healthier?

    The Yale School of Management brought together the FDA commissioner, the head of a health insurance company, the CEO of an Internet media empire, and the incoming chief of England’s National Health System to discuss the future of healthcare innovation and the state of care itself.
  • When Does Regulation Work?

    Regulation is often a contentious issue, but most agree that some is necessary and too much is harmful. How do you find the sweet spot? Yale Insights asked practitioners to talk about regulation that impacts their industries.
  • Nineteen Ways to Boost Innovation in Your Company

    Bureaucracy can stifle creativity. But organizations need timelines, rules, and hierarchies to direct and nurture productive innovation. Here are nineteen ideas for leveraging the creative capabilities in your workforce, as tried and tested by leaders in the field.
  • What Do Social Entrepreneurs Do?

    Four Yale SOM graduates who have founded and run organizations—both for-profit and nonprofit—that aim to have large-scale social impact talked about their experiences in the fast-developing field of social enterprise.
  • Can Finance Do Good?

    The concluding discussion of the three-day Business + Society conference was titled “Finance in Society,” and dealt with both the tension and the possibility in that relationship.
  • Can We Fix the Financial System?

    Six highly influential policymakers surveyed the current state of the world’s major financial institutions and discussed how to prevent another crisis.
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  • Are CEOs Brands?

    If you hear the names “Steve Jobs,” “Jamie Dimon,” and “Warren Buffett,” you’ll probably think “Apple,” “JPMorgan Chase,” and “Berkshire Hathaway.” A CEO’s image can become almost inseparable from the company he or she leads.
  • Can We Have Your Data, Please?

    Top marketing executives discuss big data and how today’s companies are using all of the information they’re collecting about customers.
  • Can Teaching Tea Workers In India To Read Have a Larger Impact?

    Mercy Corps’ literacy program in Assam, India, works because it is local—designed and taught by staff with an understanding of the culture there. As a global organization, Mercy Corps needs to balance investment in a deep understanding of local issues with the imperative to make a difference in as many lives as possible.