Building empathy & broadening perspective happens by engaging with people with different backgrounds. Melissa Wong shares how she's been thinking about it.

Design thinking is frequently leveraged as a tool for work—you learn the skills and apply them to your job, your projects and, ultimately, your organization. And it’s absolutely great for that! But what if building the skills and mindsets of design thinking could be used

By: Jess Do Starting a business is like most endeavors in life—if you reflect and incorporate lessons as you go, it can be a lot easier to move forward and even find some success. [caption id="attachment_3872" align="alignleft" width="300"] Listen to this smart man! This absolutely applies to

Let’s state the obvious: driving social impact is hard. When you set out to change the world, you’re tackling BIG problems. You’re driven by ambitious goals and it can often feel impossible to achieve them. So, how do you create meaningful, sustainable solutions to the

Some people don’t think of the public school system as a hotbed for innovation, but there are many creative and groundbreaking initiatives behind the scenes all over the country. In New York City, it’s the iZone, a program started by the NYC Department of Education (DOE). The

I look around the room. It’s large and airy with floor to ceiling windows plastered with post its. Alongside, small groups of students are earnestly discussing the features of their big new idea. It’s the first ever ProductHack at Penn, a collaboration between Wharton and