Sailing Towards a Circular Economy – The Values Context
As the World Economic Forum 2013 comes to a close I came across a BusinessWeek article that had the graphic below that made me laugh.
I’m not sure whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing. Oh well, I guess if nothing else a good laugh is beneficial for my health, but it remains to be seen whether any positive benefits (other than connecting some of the smartest (or wealthiest) people on the planet) will be created for the world as a result of the World Economic Forum 2013 taking place.
They did employ some live graphic sketching artists which resulted in the below images. If you want you can get larger versions on the World Economic Forum’s Flickr Photostream.
Hope you enjoyed them!
As someone who makes his living writing and speaking about innovation I guess it is good to at least see the word innovation appear so many times (even if few people take the time to stop and define what they really mean by the term). It still sounds good.
But what do you think, is the World Economic Forum a waste of time and damaging to the ozone layer, or essential for the advancement of society?
FULL DISCLOSURE: This post was written while making my own little hole in the ozone layer on my way back to Seattle after finishing a workshop on crowdsourcing for a global brewer.
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Braden Kelley is a popular innovation speaker, embeds innovation across the organization with innovation training, and builds B2B pull marketing strategies that drive increased revenue, visibility and inbound sales leads. He is currently advising an early-stage fashion startup making jewelry for your hair and is the author of Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire from John Wiley & Sons. He tweets from @innovate.