What Is A Social Enterprise? There Is Still A Lot Of Debate? By Idris Mootee
Social enterprise is a hot idea. Being asocial entrepreneurship these days is way cooler than being a iBanker. I think we are only seeing the beginning of a long term trend, people realize it takes a new kind of enterprise to solve the world’s problem. And NGOs are not the solutions.
Innovation Failure & Ownership: What happens when we own our successes and abdicate our failures by Andrew (DrewCM)
Innovation is a high-stakes endeavor. Much may be risked on the hoped-for chance of reward. The success or failure of a single innovation may win or lose reputations and careers. In some organizations, the retribution for failure may be swift and harsh, while the rewards for success may be just as fickle
Is Innovation a Process or an Outcome? By Karen Christensen via Ralph Ohr
You believe that everything we know and desire is the outcome of a single discovery that was made 1.9 million years ago. Please explain.
Sharp Insights: What Everyone Wants by Stefan Lindgaard
Sharp insights that can help others develop personally as well as professionally. This is what everyone craves for and as a thought leader many will look in your direction for this.
Innovations begin when the system is stuck by Jorge Barba
All great innovations emerge out of rigidity. They are born when someone recognizes that the system – the company, the industry, the country – has frozen and can no longer react to new opportunities or threats.
Creativity Requires Courage by Jeffrey Phillips
I took the day off on Friday. A spur of the moment decision, really. My daughter was finishing a summer camp near Asheville, NC and I decided to go up with the family and spend the weekend there.
Eat More Innovation by Holly G. Green
It’s a powerful story about a woman, Temple Grandin, who overcame autism to become one of the most influential figures in today’s livestock and animal husbandry industry. Not only is Temple’s story a testament to the ability of the human spirit to overcome tremendous obstacles, it teaches many principles that all business leaders would do well to embrace.
Convergence Culture & Innovation by Tim Kastelle
I think that this is also critically important for innovation. One of the issues in innovation is that we not only have to come up with great ideas, and figure out ways to make them work, but we must also figure out how to get them to spread. This is a storytelling problem.
Have a nice weekend!