The focus on this kind of meeting plan is on having better meetings; meetings where you actually answer the questions you need to answer and solve the problems you need to solve free from distractions and tangents.
Bridges need to be built at the pain points between nonprofits, for-profits and governments. Bridge Builders need to better advocate for the importance of our skills, and work harder to bridge the walls that the tribes erect between them.
For some of society's most complex problems, like solving poverty or civil rights issues, the sides attempting to solve them are so far apart that nothing constructive can be accomplished. Is there a way to close the gap?