On Friday June 26th, Causeit CEO MJ Petroni and consultant Jessica Long moderated and presented at Rebel Jam 2015. Rebel Jam is a 24 hour webcast organized by Corporate Rebels United, Rebels at Work, and Change Agents Worldwide.
Causeit is excited to once again participate in Rebel Jam, a 24 hour webcast organized by @petervan's Corporate Rebels United, Rebels at Work, and Change Agents Worldwide. We first met Peter Vander Auwera in his work with @innotribe (a Causeit client), and are glad to support his work of helping the corporate rebels and misfits of the world find the best way to apply their brilliance to pressing global issues.
So far, a great day here at the Cleantech Forum 2015. I'm seeing lots of great startups and committed corporates trying to connect the dots between old-school energy issues and new-school, software-driven solutions.
I've attached a few sketches of the problem spaces from the sessions for your commentary, and I look forward to reporting back with more tomorrow!
I'm at the Purple Beach Conference in London for the next few days—talking and listening and dancing and getting fired up about People Innovation. I've already captured some great content and inspiration for our Field Guide on Cultures of Innovation. Check out this video sampler of today's adventure:
Smart innovation relies upon information and collaboration to steer it in the right direction, and innovative organizations need to be great at exchanging ideas and opinions among their own departments as well as with their customers and strategic partners. Feedback loops are a straightforward way to invite, collect, and broadcast collective wisdom and put it to good use making better stuff in smarter ways.