Controversial? Not for long…

When Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World was first published it was considered pretty controversial. Years later the shock had subsided and it was no longer seen as contentious as it had been in 1932. In a recent blog, Brad Smith of the Foundation Centre talks about the Brave New World of Good, where “the terrain of good is disputed by social entrepreneurs, social enterprises, impact investors, big business, governments, and geeks”, not just non-profit organizations[…]