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, Eco Outdoor, Problem Solve

Choose imperfect

It would do us all some good to celebrate imperfection a little more in our own lives as well. We talk a lot about imperfection in design, in pattern and in texture. We celebrate imperfect stone patinas and timber finishes. We look for the character that comes with vintage or pre-loved. We love broken sourdough […]

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Eco Outdoor, Learn, Problem Solve, Work Futures

The new landscape for learning + people

At the end of the day we’re all using the same technology, we’re all playing in the same market, utilising the same media and the same marketing systems. Product and people are our competitive advantage and we need to focus on building and maintaining a people culture of growth mindsets that helps people progress their careers in alignment with the growth of our business.

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Lifestyle trends, Problem Solve

think positive and engage your brain

Our most commonly held formula for success is broken. Conventional wisdom holds that if we work hard we will be more successful, and if we are more successful, then we’ll be happy. If we can just find that great job, win that next promotion, lose those five pounds, happiness will follow. But recent discoveries in […]

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Creativity, Future of Media, Future of Work, Futures, Innovation, Innovative stimulus, Looking for insights, Macro trends, open source, Problem Solve, social media

A little ditty for your next innovation workshop…

Another good piece of innovation stimulus from the lovely Lynette Webb,  Insights Manager at Google who created a Flickr site called “Interesting Snippets”. I’ve profiled her before and this is the latest image to her collection. It comes to us with a great quote from Russell Davies’ blog entry about Clay Shirky’s book Here Comes […]

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