A Global Solution Network – or GSN – is a new and particularly effective type of global problem-solving organization. Thousands of GSNs are appearing in response to the failure of more traditional organizations and governments to solve the world’s toughest problems. GSNs are achieving new forms of cooperation and social change, and mobilizing to take on the world's most urgent and complex challenges.
The GSN Program was launched by Don Tapscott in 2012 to research these new models of global problem solving – to study the phenomenon, evaluate what makes these networks tick, and understand their potential. The program has produced more than 40 research projects and case studies to guide your work on global problem solving – all are freely available