Ashoka Key Ideas
Browse the latest news and updates about what Ashoka is doing and thinking: stories, events, and a curated collection showcasing the top insights from Ashoka's global community of change leaders.
You can find the curated collection of insights below:
Ashoka’s global study of systems-changing social entrepreneurs outlines 11 key strategies to building an Everyone a Changemaker world.
Translating empathy into action is tricky. Bill Drayton—the founder and CEO of Ashoka—has some ideas.
In the fourth series of Ashoka East Africa’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion dialogues, the team unpacked ageism as a social construct that promotes exclusivity instead of inclusivity....
On Wednesday 23rd June, Ashoka East Africa had the pleasure of hosting a reflective dialogue on cultural diversity looking at inclusion from three levels: family, community, workplace and national...
How do transparency, empathy, and meaning work in practice?
Living in a Changemaker World Requires a New Framework for Thinking and Acting
What We Need to Learn to Make the Most of Our Disrupted World
Henry De Sio describes the key to success in an era of explosive social change
“We Need a Way to Talk Openly”
See the World Differently – Doing Differently
It’s a paradigm shift they feel happening under their feet
Transformative education must begin with a fresh look at the societal landscape our children and youth are stepping into. A historical shift has radically changed the complexion and complexity of the...
The rate of change has been accelerating exponentially since 1700 at least. So has the number of people causing change. This acceleration also applies (and I believe this is especially important) to...
You can’t play the change game unless you are a changemaker.
Allowing an organization to remain competitive and relevant.
The key to a better world: let people create that world for themselves
It’s time for a reality check. That was the cautionary message in my last post. The world is changing. Society is tearing down its system of silos and hierarchy, and our world defined by repetition...
Creating frameworks for others to take decisions and make change
Global executives really fail in the area of human interaction