The Innovation Journey is depicted as a ‘U’ shape with the downward arc of the U focused on the activities of creativity and the upward arc of the U is more focused on the activities of innovation.Read More
Ideas for generating even greater business value and social impact are absolutely everywhere. I am certainly interested in helping great ideas become a reality, but I am especially interested in new and novel ideas that generate transformational change.
At my core I am interested in challenging the status-quo (in a good way) and making awesome things happen. I want us all to play a different game - certainly the world needs us to.Read More
I first read about 'ideapreneurialism' after reading a blog post from Olivia Salon (Deputy Editor of wired.com.uk) where, basically, she slammed the term. She was commenting on the 'ideapreneur' professional development stream of School of Communication Arts 2.0.
An ideapreneur is inspired by an idea as much as the monetary gain, and wants to see their vision for that idea become reality.Read More
This morning I attended a short workshop facilitated by a member of The Holos Group team, Adam Jorlen. Adam is a foresight practitioner working with organisations at the intersection of futures thinking, creativity and more agile approaches to organisational innovation and strategy deployment. Adam’s session focused on a well researched but not often used model for understanding the process of individual and collective change, called the Four Rooms of Change (developed in Sweden by psychologist Claes Janssen).Read More
Over the weekend I had the privilege of attending one of the most engaging, inspiring and thought provoking events I have been involved in for some time.
I also had the opportunity to do what I feel is truly my work for the world – break open new and deeper ways of thinking, feeling and connecting.Read More