good, evil, wicked: the art, science, and business of giving
Through 1,200 interviews with leaders from India, Russia, China, Brazil, several countries in Africa, Europe, and the US, we are gathering frank, discerning, and inspiring insights into what works, what doesn’t, and what is being learned. These are stories of success, of failure, of what to scale, and what to avoid. They illustrate how new and seasoned leaders blend business, science, and art into creating change.
Our collected illustrations of Deliberate Leadership in social change will be captured in a forthcoming book Good, Evil, Wicked: The Art, Science, and Business of Giving and The Promise and Perils of Social Finance: Big Finance and Big Tech's Impact on the World's Poor by Palgrave Macmillan. These books feature Deliberate Leaders and 20 case studies.
Case studies make the experiences of Deliberate Leadership tackling wicked problems real while raising important questions for the field. They are both real-time and timeless teaching tools designed to help a fast growing and evolving social investing community mature. Cases raise issues of ethics, how to build strong teams and collaborations, and how to ensure candor becomes part of the DNA of an organization. Our cases (highlighted below) are taught in classrooms around the world and made available through the Case Centre, online venues, and will be part of a new teaching series using webinars as a global learning tool.
Ivey, Suncor Energy, and McConnell Foundations: Social Finance Strategies for a Canadian Low-Carbon Economy