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What does disruptive innovation mean?

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Cocoon Projects is running BlankDisrupt in the southern Mediterranean. Dawna explains the meaning of disruptive innovation. Original presentation shared in a Google+Hangout on Air.

Cocoon Projects is running BlankDisrupt in the southern Mediterranean. Dawna explains the meaning of disruptive innovation. Original presentation shared in a Google+Hangout on Air.

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  • 1. DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION Doing things differently when what you’re doing isn’t working Tuesday, 25 March, 14
  • 2. RADICAL Natural Disasters Tuesday, 25 March, 14
  • 3. SLOWLY Changing conditions put pressure on old ways of doing things Tuesday, 25 March, 14
  • 4. NATURE Innovates using natural disasters like earthquakes - pressure, messy, new growth Tuesday, 25 March, 14
  • 5. HOW MAN - INNOVATES Economic crisis Personal crisis Foresight - See ahead Tuesday, 25 March, 14
  • 6. BUSINESS ROLE? Collaborate in helping food production and supply become sustainable Introducing principles of sustainable agriculture Tuesday, 25 March, 14
  • 7. http://permaculture.com/node/250 Masanobu Fukuoka is a farmer/philosopher who lives on the Island of Shikoku, in southern Japan. His farming technique requires no machines, no chemicals and very little weeding. He does not plow the soil or use prepared compost and yet the condition of the soil in his orchards and fields improve each year. His method creates no pollution and does not require fossil fuels. His method requires less labor than any other, yet the yields in his orchard and fields compare favorably with the most productive Japanese farms which use all the technical know-how of modern science. On approximately two acres— half of which was on a terraced 35 degree slope—I produced enough food to feed more than 300 people (with a peak of 450 people at one point), 49 weeks a year in my fully organic CSA on the edge of Silicon Valley. My yields were often 8 times what the USDA claims are possible per square foot. My soil fertility increased dramatically each year so I was not achieving my yields by mining my soil.- David Blume Tuesday, 25 March, 14
  • 8. IT JUST TAKES ONE PERSON- THE RESULTS ATTRACT MORE RADICAL INNOVATION Tuesday, 25 March, 14
  • 9. DAWNA JONES www.FromInsightToAction.com Tuesday, 25 March, 14
  • 10. THANKS! BLANKDISRUPT.COM Tuesday, 25 March, 14