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For decades, a fashion powerhouse tried improving its supply chain. The more it did, the more it realized it could only be done collectively—as an industry.
The Chilean city of Antofagasta is using participatory design to work with companies and government to create a community people want to live in.
Mining firms, government, and the Chilean community of Calama collaborate to develop a sustainable urban development plan.
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One year after one of the worst mining strike in South Africa’s history, has South African business learned the importance of social capital?
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Think like a journalist to bring your insights to a broader audience. Editors at Harvard Business Review and The Conversation provide advice. With video.
How Canadian football team the Montreal Alouettes turned out the lights, turned down the volume and got more fans to the game