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Remember, the more visual you can be – through photos, videos, sketches etc – the better.
I think this online database has been a quiet revolution.
It helps us understand our history through numbers.
It is very often with surprised that we realise how the rest of us live and i think that for some, social impact will start here.
What makes innovation happen is the ability to transform dreams, into ideas.
But when you need to make this happen you need a really good feedback in realtime, so the use of videos and live meetings its fundamental to accomplish this.
OpenIDEO's brainstorming in a box could be adapted for schools and orgs as a way for teachers/faciliators to encourage social impact -- it's fun, easy, and by localizing it, people can see the realization stage in their local community.
One if the best examples of social networking websites, which combines online and off-line networking is www.asmallworld.net. It is an 'invites only' network but some of features like 'geo-locator' and 'city guide' could easily be transferred
Mindmapping has proven to be extremely helpful throughout different phases of OpenIDEO Challenges. It has been instrumental in helping moving inspiration and concept phases further along. What if we make this as a permanent feature of each challenge?
I don't know about you guys, and maybe it is a 'personal management thing, though 'time for good' is a difficult to handle 'in between' for me. How can we 'grow sustainably' timewise at OPENideo? Can a concept grow beyond the initial competition?
An innovative way to spread TEDx Ideas using the most remarkable city speakers - taxi drivers. How can we spread OPENIDEO contents to a larger number of people?
In 2011, hairdressers will be the target!
Every person, community, and nation is faced with unique problems. OpenIDEO could use its ideology in a "Town Hall" context to serve as a forum for thinking of creative solutions to regional or national problems.
ExperiencePoint developed Design Thinker in collaboration with IDEO. During the half-day workshop, competing teams use the terms, techniques and thought patterns of design thinking to solve a realistic and complex challenge.
A TED TALK session with Kiran Bir Sethi, where she made everyone realize that real learning is embeded in the real world context. How " I CAN " bug makes a big impact in designing solution to diverse range of social problems around.