Three quotes from the most recent Project on Municipal Innovation convening helped bring some of today’s biggest challenges into clearer focus for our CEO, Ben Hecht. Now, he highlights important solutions.
In Louisville, an innovative web platform pursues the goal of simplifying the process of collaboration between banks and community partners.
Our weekly round-up of reading recommendations focuses on equitable transit-oriented development. You won't want to miss these books and articles!
Our "new" website celebrated its first birthday in September! For #ThrowbackThursday, take a look at what we were thinking when we launched this "hub" for open-sourcing social change last year.
Some colleges have adapted to today's challenges, enrolling and graduating low-income students at above average rates. Here's what we can take away from the success stories to provide better educatio…
Three key themes emerged from the 2015 Fall i-teams Convening in New Orleans.
Alan Berube of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program delivered the keynote address at the 2015 Fall Convening of the Project on Municipal Innovation.
This week's round-up of reading recommendations highlights steps being taken improve the lives of low-income people -- from Pope Francis' call to address poverty and inequality, to efforts to accompl…
With football season starting, Ty Boyea-Robinson decided to use her fantasy football skills to create a Manifesto that will build successful relationship between collective impact funders and grantee…
The Innovation Teams gathered in New Orleans on September 17 and 18 for two days of training and reflection as they move toward implementing bold solutions to the biggest problems facing city governm…
Our weekly round-up of reading recommendations focuses on articles that illustrate what we believe are the core elements of a new urban practice.
A new poll finds that Blacks, Hispanics and Asians are optimistic about their future prospects and ability to achieve The American Dream. Our CEO, Ben Hecht, wants to take that optimism and turn it i…
Innovation Teams from 19 cities across the U.S. and Israel will gather in New Orleans this week as the new cohort of cities move toward the next phase of the Innovation Delivery approach.
A Weekly Round-up of articles, videos, reports and other information that you won't want to miss.
Our CEO Ben Hecht asks what it will take to effectively engage people and communities in order to dramatically improve results for low-income people, especially people of color, faster.
Living Cities is hitting the road with former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak to learn about the complex relationships between mayors and urban school systems.
When you think of outcomes as mile-markers on your journey to a shared result, you can better design solutions that get dramatically better results, system wide.