Why you should take ownership of a problem

11/18/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

To make a difference and improve the world, you have to take ownership of a problem, writes Lara Galinsky, senior vice president of Echoing Green, a global nonprofit. "[Y]ou can’t just care about it and prioritize it. You have to do something about it," she writes. "[Y]ou can start by asking yourself: What resources do I have access to that can help solve this problem?"

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