Issue 1 2014 - RSA

Issue 1 2014


In this issue:

We need to rearrange the organisations that shape our lives; Peter Senge discusses how institutions can learn to change and Anthony Painter poses some of the questions they need to ask themselves. Dan Corry argues that the voluntary sector can bind us together and needs to rethink this role as it is undermined by funding, while David Thorpe how social networks can begin to change the dynamics within organisations. Other pieces include: Saskia Sassen on how inequality has locked millions out of prosperity and Jon Savage on updating our understanding of the teenager.

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