Companies need skilled workers to stay in business. Workers need skills to get a job and advance. It’s a two-way street. So who’s responsible for ensuring the workforce is developing the right skills and they are available at the right time? And what about the near-constant need to reskill and upskill as technology evolves? Do other institutions in society have a role and a responsibility, too—education? government? Asking and answering hard questions like these is part of the ongoing rise of the social enterprise and the growing power of individuals to influence organizational behavior.