At USC, we help develop the nation’s first doctorate in social innovation.
With the Susan Poorman Blackie Foundation, we develop the first-ever catalog of cancer’s social norms.
We introduce the first theory and tools for social innovation grounded in social science and empirical research.
With New America and the OECD, we’re building the case for shifting trillions of dollars in global investment.
In Rwanda, we discover how to answer atrocities with hope.
“GreenHouse’s expertise is that of the most unusual sort.”
We bridge the gap between health care professionals and all-important social factors.
For TED, we uncover the crucial element of collaboration that nobody understands.
We engage practitioners to develop the first-ever casebook on social innovation.
With NASA, we develop a strategy for asserting institutional vision.
With execs from Coca-Cola, we develop market responses to shifting global norms.
“Imagine being faced with a serious challenge or problem, having it blown into a million pieces…”