Category: Social Innovation

We invite you to Kim Chandler McDonald’s weekly interactive forum — to read and collect your comments on “An Innovator has an Obligation to…” We hope you’ll join the conversation! Continue reading

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If, as George Carlin said, “An artist has an obligation to be en route.” Please complete this sentence: An innovator has an obligation to Improve… Continue reading

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world-power-consumption

In his TED talk about innovation, Toby Shapshak, shows that in developed countries, people spend a lot of their day doing “time wasters” – which takes time away from the time they spend innovating. Continue reading

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Journal of Responsible Innovation, First Issue Review

In this post Jonny Hankins guides the Innovation Excellence community through the first issue of the Journal for Responsible Innovation. Continue reading

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If, as George Carlin said, “An artist has an obligation to be en route.” Please complete this sentence: An innovator has an obligation to challenge… Continue reading

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If, as George Carlin said, “An artist has an obligation to be en route.” Please complete this sentence: An innovator has an obligation to… Continue reading

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Social consumerism or capitalism?  You decide.

Today, there is a lot of talk about “social consumerism.” In fact, my colleague, Monica, has used the phrase at least a dozen times in conversation with me since she returned from South by Southwest last week. But, at what point is social consumerism really capitalism in disguise? Continue reading

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