Browsing All Posts published on »January, 2011«

Socent conference in India: a peak into a dynamic sector for change

January 27, 2011


On this very interesting blog on Social Entrepreneurship, you can read in great details about an upcoming Socent conference in Jamshedpur. You might not be able to make it to India by tomorrow, in order to join this weekend of insight, discussion, and sharing in the name of change-making, but you can still find great […]

A modern tale of change: the nameless girl with the big head who’s brief life touched the lives of many

January 22, 2011


What would you do, if you saw this picture in the news paper on a fine Sunday morning? Really, think about it. A picture that changed lives The 19th September 2010 thousands of readers of one of the major Danish news papers Berlingske Tidende were presented with this picture taken by Mads Nissen over their […]

Co-Creation for social change: reflections from Stanford Social Innovation Review

January 18, 2011


“You can’t create new game-changing start-ups for social change anymore. You have to co-create them.” Amy Sample Ward reflects around the above quote in her interesting blog post from Stanford Social Innovation Review. She lists three core elements of co-creation for social change; an inspiring read for anyone who is compelled to believe that together […]

The surprising truth about what motivates us

January 16, 2011


Have you ever wondered what makes people creative and innovative? Have you ever wanted to spark innovation in a work place, but unsure how too? Do you wonder why some people, when they get off after a long day of work, continue on to another work without being paid? If so, this video will challenge […]