Mass Collaboration For Global Entrepreneurship Week Paid Members Public
Sign up to be a Community Organizer for Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) November 14th-20th and celebrate the entrepreneurs in your city while tapping into a global movement. Everything is more prominent on the international stage, which means we need you too!
Boston Scientific's Mission to Democratize Healthcare Access in Latin America Paid Members Public
A year after the Sprint, Boston Scientific’s use of ExO methodology has helped the company create 15 additional active projects in the Latin American region alone right now.
Nonverbal Communication to Level Up Your Business Paid Members Public
While spoken words are an explicit, direct, and pragmatic form of communication (i.e., used to communicate external facts), nonverbal communication acts on a higher level to augment and maintain interpersonal relationships (i.e., used to communicate emotions, and it reflects personalities).
Attracting and Enabling Innovation Paid Members Public
Exploration is essential for innovation. Offering this option will attract those who are endlessly curious and life-long learners. These people are true innovators that ultimately have the potential to drastically change your company and, likely, the entire world.
Festival of Consciousness | The Abundance Dome Paid Members Public
Two days of talks, workshops, and activities centered around conscious business, conscious living, family, and more. Xavier Ginesta asked if it would be possible to put together an event that is completely collaborative and not-for-profit centered around consciousness?
Success Behind Failure: Innovation Comes From Mistakes Paid Members Public
Failure reduces costs and encourages collaboration: research and innovation in science call for failure, which must be taught, nurtured, understood and integrated into one's scientific paradigm.
Corporate Startups: Boosting Startups & Fostering Innovation Paid Members Public
Although the details of the alliances between companies and startups vary, the concepts remain the same: companies benefit from the organizational agility of startups, while startups gain access to a wider network and possibly to the financial capital held by large companies and multinationals.