just published John Hagel and John Seely Brown
's Changing the World from the Edge
describing how University of California, Berkeley students are making a real difference in the world, this time in issues such as "energy efficiency, Third World poverty and disease, and sustainable housing, among others." By the end, they summarize lessons those of us in business might find useful. I like all three of their three lessons, and I'm looking for ways to apply them, too. If you have suggestions, comment here, or get in touch
That's related to my recent posting called It's a new world in business education
. In all these cases, strong change leadership is again coming out of universities and focused on making the world a better place.
Thanks again to the TP! Wire service
for the link
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