Inquiry 1: How do we better understand social possibility?
- What are “social labs” and do those models contribute to greater possibilities?
- How do agents (individuals, organizations, leaders, social entrepreneurs, and change makers) broaden the scope of social possibility through specific projects and interventions, as well as through everyday life and practices?
- What helps or hinders the ability of individuals, organizations, and communities to discover, create, select, and realize new possibilities for social good?
Inquiry 2: How are leaders and social enterprises (whether entrepreneurs, start-ups, and sustainability-focused organizations) helping to address enduring challenges or advance new opportunities?
- Are there examples related to such areas as economic diversification, public health, clean energy, and sustainable development?
- What can we learn from those examples, particularly in economically challenged regions?
- How does this work relate to social possibility; and what help do they need to be even more effective?
Inquiry 3: To what extent might arts, humanities and story-based approaches and practices inform or reveal social possibility?
- Do these approaches help enhance organizational, community, and individual flourishing, and if so, how?
- How do/can organizations and communities practice narrative-building or narrative-change practices?