The future of the Jewish innovation sector will need a balance of opportunities to engage and learn on both an inter-communal and intra-communal basis. by Justin Korda and Seth Cohen Albert Einstein once said, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness t … [Read more...] about Innovation: The Fuel That Drives Our World Forward
by Lucy Bernholz and Conan Liu Introduction Every day we hear about new digital applications that make it easier to compare products, find news, animate books, and play games. We also hear from the creators of these tools that they want to do more than just build the next … [Read more...] about Innovating on Tradition: Reflections on the Jewish New Media Innovation Fund
Innovation 10: Risk Taking: What Scares the Hell Out of You? by Rebecca Sykes Innovation requires willingness to take risks. When you know what’s right yet don’t know how to proceed, first find support and safety. Then relax into redirecting, discernment, acceptance, pra … [Read more...] about Risk Taking: What Scares the Hell Out of You?
Innovation 9: Spreading New Ideas by Bill Robinson Once a new idea emerges, how does it spread? Or, from a practical perspective, how can we enhance the spread of new ideas that are deemed beneficial? Diffusion of Innovation In the 1960s, Everett M. Rogers, in … [Read more...] about Spreading New Ideas
Innovation 8: Adapting to the Innovation Zone by Joshua Yarden The innovation zone is a conceptual space, which can be constructed in the creative mind. Cognitive, affective and behavioral capacities, including adaptability, critical analysis, extrapolation, synthesis, … [Read more...] about Adapting to the Innovation Zone