Tag Archives: societal innovation
A view from Manchester-Disruptive City How can we engage the talented ones into the fold of Societal Innovation? Later on this month the Olympic Games comes to London. Some would argue that without the financial support of corporate giants such … Continue reading
In this blog post I want to share with you some interesting thoughts from the recently finished Aalto Camp for Societal Innovations. During the last days of August Dipoli congress center in Espoo was the place where magic happened, brilliant … Continue reading
For the typical 50-year-old western European (do your best to conjure up a stereotype) life has been good. There has been an abundance: abundance of food; abundance of health services; an abundance of education; and even an abundance of the unmentionable trio of sex, drugs … Continue reading
There is a heated debate going on about the effect of social media on politics. There are those who are sceptical about whether social media indeed had any impact with the recent upraising in North Africa and other places. According … Continue reading
This short video clip gives an overview of the intentions and philosophy behind the Aalto University ACSI camp for Societal Innovation.