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Innovation Without Borders by Mind Map: Innovation Without Borders
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Innovation Without Borders


what is this project an answer for?


WHO has the need, and WHAT are the needs out in the world that this project will be the answer for. 

type of organization, ngo's

geographically, USA, Spain

is it an expressed need

individuals or communities


what of my personal needs is this project an answer for

do meaningful work

feel that I help

who would be proud of you?


make humantific services available/affordable to social causes


chaordic Dee Hock model

large group of individuals can come together under the cohesion of a unifying purpose while enhancing rather than swallowing the autonomy of each participating individual.


Good to great and the social sectors

Forces for Good: The Six Practices of HighImpact Nonprofits:,

Ben Jerrys Double Dip: How to Run a Values Led Business and Make Money Too,

The Triple Bottom Line: How Today's Best-Run Companies Are Achieving Economic, Social and Environmental Success -- and How You Can Too,

Marketing That Matters: 10 Practices to Profit Your Business and Change the World,

Values-Driven Business: How to Change the World, Make Money, and Have Fun,

Ben & Jerry's: The Inside Scoop: How Two Real Guys Built a Business with a Social Conscience and a Sense of Humor,

Research & fact finding

Who is doing it



common characteristics

clear purpose

clear target group or area of action

motivate or influence others

value based organizations

triple bottom line

HOW? (financially


donations, individuals, government, institutions, business entrepreneurs





ppp / conservation economy


promote a possitive change in society

What kind of difference?

possitive according to whom?

For whom?

How do you know that you have success?




hopes for a better world

colour code





Ideas for how to make it work

have a department of information designers trainees and give them IWB projects to have real world experience (projectlocus)

Devote one day a week where you work on research and IWB projects - Humantific gains inspiration, worth, recognition, motivation

Devote an area in your new office where people can take IWB breakes

Is IWB the ugly duckling? redefine the principles, purpose - vision and values of Humantific, and IWB might be a goal, a desirable future for the whole company so it is not a separate entity, IWB helps redefine Humantific

get mentioned on FAST COMPANY as a social capitalist

send some questions to the KP community telling the story and asking for inspiration

sponsor and guide Zulma's creative leadership training project

What about the triple bottom line People Profit Planet?

become carbon neutral, do a manual on carbon neutrality for companies that want to become carbon neutral

Six practices of High-impact Nonprofits

1. Advocate and serve.

2. Make markets work.

3. Inspire evangelists.

4. Nurture nonprofit networks.

5. Master the art of adaptation.

6. Share leadership.

Work with others who could you partner with for this?

create a movement greater than your organization

change the way other companies do business inspire the profit and nonprofit meeting

Ask all your clients - make humantific a change agent