Posts Tagged 'social change'

Patient Autonomy: Good or Bad?

Jul 16

Yesterday, Ogilvy held a really interesting panel discussion called “How Social Change happens in the 21st Century.” (Natalie posted a nice synopsis about it here). We covered a variety of topics regarding healthy behavior change, and discussed appropriate and effective channels of communication to reach audiences that are already bombarded with thousands of messages every […]

Private Industry and Social Change: Not a New Thing

Jul 08

Some of the most important contributions from private industry in support of public causes happened “way” back in the early 1900s, when business leaders like Rockefeller, Ford and Carnegie directed their personal and corporate fortunes to impact social change. Throughout the 1920s, the Rockefeller family designed and financed a network of trails throughout Acadia National […]