A few months ago, I had the opportunity to speak in Portland, Oregon on my thoughts of opening the innovation ecology. The talk was sponsored by a non-profit, Illahee.org.
The talk was introduced by Illahee’s Director, Peter Schoonmaker. In his blog post, Peter described his summary of my presentation.
I used the occasion to wax lyrical about the congruence of the hologenome theory of evolution with our work on creating an open and transparent innovation cartography tool.
I tried to find a common thread of ‘biological innovation’ that can guide not only the practical realities of improving health, agriculture, environment and energy, but also the formation of productive and equitable economic and social structures and tools.
The full video of this presentation is available on Vimeo: Enabling Innovation