Innovative stimulus, Problem Solve, social entrepreneurialism, social entrepreneurs, Social ventures

Models of Impact

THE BUSINESS MODEL DESIGN GAME Models of Impact is a role-playing and ideation game that makes it easy (and fun!) to generate new, sustainable, business models. Our digital download is available on a pay-what-you-want basis, and includes easy-to-understand instructions for gameplay, a glossary of 200+ business models, and a suite of other helpful resources. Model of Impact walks […]

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Creativity, Future of Work, innovative education, Innovative stimulus, Lead, Learn, Looking for insights, People Management, unconference, Work Futures

Maria Giudice on changemakers…

A great speech on changemakers here by Maria Giudice. People who can solve problems based on evolving circumstances. Changemakers. People who can see the patterns around them. Identify the problems in any situation. Figure out ways to solve the problems. Organise fluid teams. Lead collective action. Continually adapt as situations change. Designers are change makers. […]

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Find, Future of Work, Innovative stimulus, Lifestyle trends, Looking for insights, social media

forget the resume & link me to your life online

A great post from WSJ via Yahoo on the changing nature of recruitment . . . Union Square Ventures recently posted an opening for an investment analyst. Instead of asking for résumés, the New York venture-capital firm—which has invested in Twitter, Foursquare, Zynga and other technology companies—asked applicants to send links representing their “Web presence,” […]

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Innovative stimulus, social media

social media propaganda

Ok so I was just reminded by our friends over at Design Milk to have another peek at the social media propaganda posters that Aaron Wood did a while ago. Delightfully cute and great stimulus for a workshop when you want to push around social media. Here they are. Enjoy.  

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Futures, innovative education, Innovative stimulus

make a difference with design

On the 10th November Positive Posters announced that Christopher Sousa Ebels from Australia was awarded first place in their 2011 Positive Posters competition. Christopher’s entry, “The Real Carbon Tax”, was chosen by the panel of judges as the winning poster out of over 2,500 entries. Second place was given to Dee Choi from Australia with […]

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