A dramatic rise in drug overdoses has triggered a new movement among police that favors treatment over jail.
Joyful voting: How to start a revolution
Citizen University founder Eric Liu says we need to revive a lost American tradition of joy in voting.
Why Transparency matters : Fashion Revolution
Why the Emotion Revolution Matters to Me
Born This Way Director of Impact and Operation, Maya Enista Smith, explains why the Emotion Revolution matters to her and students across the country.
How software engineering is like the Industrial Revolution
The Industrial Revolution was a transformation to new manufacturing processes, and it's got striking similarities to today's transformations in software.
Health Sector Revolution: Changing What Counts as Healthcare
Today, the US healthcare sector is no longer debating the connection between patients’ unmet social needs—like shelter, heat, employment, and food—and poor health. It’s widely recognized that just 10 percent of health outcomes are attributable to medical care, while 20 percent are tied to genetics and up to 70 percent are tied to social, environmental, […]
4 myths about manufacturing in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
"By dispelling these myths, we will unlock the full potential of the 4IR for industry and usher in a new era of innovation, productivity and inclusive growth."
How America’s Demographic Revolution Reached The Church
Next America's analysis of Pew data reveals that religious divergence characterizes today’s Republican and Democratic coalitions.
How to have a good Fourth Industrial Revolution
Three ways to manage the technology, before the technology manages you.
Why This Congresswoman Thinks Kids Will Lead The Food Waste Revolution
Rep. Chellie Pingree is heading the legislative fight against food waste.
How growing cities can support the electric vehicle revolution
Only 2% of the vehicles on British Columbia's roads are electric - more at-home charging stations could help to boost numbers.
Revisiting the Open-Office Revolution with Top Tech Employers
The conversion to primarily open-office floor plans over the past decade is now reaching adolescence, and like many revolutions has created problems as well as possibilities, panelists said at a ULI New York event in February. Industry experts from three tech companies that want to attract the best talent available described what they are seeing in the marketplace based on their considerable and far-flung office experiences.
How mobile money can lead a fintech revolution in Africa
Sub-Saharan Africa is the only region in the world where close to 10% of GDP in transactions occur through mobile money.
Humane leadership must be the Fourth Industrial Revolution's real innovation
The old leadership model does not work: a big shift in management and leadership is long overdue, write two experts.
Why Africa needs an education revolution to achieve its potential
How can we give children the skills they'll need for the future?
The Emotion Revolution: What We Learned from the Young People
In October, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and BTWF had the pleasure of welcoming almost 200 students to campus for the Emotion Revolution Summit.
How the future of computing can make or break the AI revolution
The computing ecosystem must continue to evolve – maybe into the quantum realm – if AI is to come to full fruition.
The Bankers’ “Power Revolution”: How the Government Got Shackled by Debt
This article is excerpted from my new book Banking on the People: Democratizing Money in the Digital Age, available in paperback June 1. The U.S. federal debt has more than doubled since the 2008 f…
Raising Lady Gaga: Cynthia Germanotta on Why It’s Time for an Emotion Revolution
Cynthia Germanotta, president of Born This Way Foundation and mother of Lady Gaga, writes about raising her unique daughter and the Emotion Revolution, launched with Yale.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing how we grow, buy and choose what we eat
Disruptive technologies could help distribute food, wealth and data, reduce hunger and waste, and empower farmers. Or they could consolidate the food sector, expanding bad practices rather than correcting them.