The Madison Initiative director talks about his early career, management consulting, and philanthropy.
The Department of Education Reform chair talks about philanthropic education-reform strategies—including the Gates Foundation’s—and learning from failure, or not.
The Department of Education Reform chair talks about education-reform philanthropy and that which animates it, as well as Teach for America.
Not skew corporate pronouncements and practices toward philanthropic purposes.
It’s not over. (It never is.)
If we’re moving from an “information age” to a “reputation age,” what are the implications for funding public discourse?
Sector-bending has always been a symptom of a larger intellectual problem: utopianism.
We’re in the midst one of the most-drastic changes in the flow of information in history. Policy-oriented funders need to change their strategies accordingly.
As the current Brewers owner says, “Teams can go in two directions” when major setbacks happen.
A “come-to-history” moment about the long and winding road ahead, deeper into a dictatorship of virtue.