Tag Archives: inflection point
Posted on 02. Dec, 2009 by Andrew.
I kicked off this blog by stating that the world is at an inflection point. As we head into the holiday season, I can’t help but feel that the work of advancing social innovation – developing, testing, and honing promising approaches, rewarding exceptional performance, spreading and scaling success, and catalyzing public-private partnerships across the nation […]
Posted on 16. Jul, 2009 by Andrew.
It is early morning in Lisbon, Portugal, on day two of the Social Innovation eXchange (SIX) International Summer School on Social Innovation. The first day was quite inspiring and also eye opening for me. There are about 120 people here from 24 countries around the world, all of whom are advancing social innovation in their […]
Posted on 30. Jan, 2009 by Andrew.
Recently, I watched the “John Adams” miniseries based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book by David McCullough (well worth watching). What struck me is how innovative, resilient, and visionary people were back then when America was at an inflection point in history. I was particularly struck by the quest to create “a more perfect Union.” In […]