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Change the Game Initiative 2.1

Introduction to an open innovation network & paradigm changers hub
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Stefan Blachfellner

on 16 May 2013

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Transcript of Change the Game Initiative 2.1

What? Change the Game
Initiative An Open Innovation network & hub How? The initiative connects dedicated people,
who share, create and innovate theories, methods and practice in management and leadership towards new paradigms
in economic logic & value creation. We reach our vision by communication leading to awareness and collaboration leading to action. Mailing List, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter Website Emerging Collaborations
through personal
relations and invitations Conference Attendance
& Publications Event co-organization Joint Projects in
research and work 96 members Dedicated entrepreneurs,
leaders, executives,
managers, civil servants,
researchers, journalists,
consultants, free agents,
and artists meet today
within the initiative. Some own businesses.
Some work for companies,
governmental agencies,
nongovernmental organizations,
nonprofit organizations,
universities, research labs,
media, and local & world communities. 19 countries Argentina, Australia, Austria,
Brazil, China, Denmark, France,
Germany, Hungary, India, Italy,
Mexico, Portugal, Slovenia,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland,
United Kingdom, and USA. 1 Advisory Board Kathia Laszlo,
Violeta Bulc,
Alexander Laszlo,
Thomas Fundneider,
Manfred Blachfellner,
Stefan Blachfellner Who? Emerging network structure through personal relations and invitations Some have studied business,
sociology, psychology, history,
philosophy, communication,
informatics, mathematics,
biology, or arts.
Some simply learn a life long. & local ambassadors A global initiative You? & sharing Principles Diversity Sustainability /
Thrivability Innovation Dialogue Participation Stakeholder
inclusion Members Interest Communicating
a new narrative
to trigger change Link Networks to ... ... enable committed individuals ... strengthen Global Civil Societies ... strengthen our shared understanding of our cohabitation on the planet Earth You know WHO You know HOW And you DO! There is something deeply wrong in the way we conduct business today and the impact of our practice on our societies. personal reflections by managers and researchers attending the round table “Business Intelligence meets Moral Intelligence”, 2007, before the economic crises struck We have created a very successful paradigm that led to prosperity, but at the same time, we created also a bundle of environmental, social (political and economic) and cultural problems that lead to regression. Is it possible to
be the change
you want to see
in the world? “Its a story about us, people, being persuaded to spent money we dont have, on things we dont need, to create impressions, that wont last, on people, we dont care about .” Tim Jackson, author of
“Prosperity without Growth” @ted.com “No problem can be solved
from the same [level of]
consciousness that created it.” Albert Einstein We need to rethink some pretty tough assumptions, like ... Prosperity; what does it really mean to succeed, to be fortunate, to thrive, to enrich my life and others Competition from fierce battle to coopetition Organization from institutions to network hierarchies Design from packaging to authenticity, from design for someone to design with someone Entrepreneurship from profitability to conscious innovations Needs of our environment, our own needs as humans,
needs of our communities, and the needs of our future generations “Dont wait for the trends to develop. Instead, watch for people messing with the rules, because that is the earliest sign of significant change. And, when the rules change, the whole world can change.” Joel A. Barker, author of Paradigms:
The Business of Discovering the Future We invite you to mess with us with the rules, be one of those innovators who lead to significant change! The fundamental concept of growth Why? M. Gandhi Leading principles:
Innovation without ethics is blind.
Ethics without innovation is lame. We want to discover the interdependence between
ethics and innovation and its impact
on the social, ecological and economic sustainability
of business models, organizations and societies at large. Latin Origin: pro “for” + spes “hope” Latin origin: competere “strive in common”,
“to come together, agree, to be qualified”,
“to strive together” Latin origin: designare
“mark out, devise, choose,
designate, appoint” French origin: entrprendre “undertake, take in hand”
Abstract sense "readiness to undertake challenges,
spirit of daring“ Latin origin: organum “instrument, organ”
Greek origin: organon “that with which one works” Ethics Greek origin: ethos "accustomed place",
"how we would like to inhabit our own place,
our house, where we live" Value creation from tangibles to intangibles Latin origin: valere “be well, be strong,
be of value; French origin: valoir “be worth” Innovation from technology to social innovations, from ethical blindness to conscious solutions Latin origin: innovare “to renew or change” ... enrich each others relations, insights, knowledge, and capabilities www.changethegame.org Thank You! stefan.blachfellner@changethegame.org We are dealing with a very serious
consciousness, but also with a very
playful mind, yet, with very serious topics. You know WHAT
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