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Silicon Indian Valley tour – Innovindia.  A training  on social entrepreneurship & innovative business models with impact

Just as a reminder: The next disruptive leadership experience is coming. Apply till 18 February at http://www.innovindia.org.  What is Innovindia? This training week in rural India will be a real challenge to you and to your way to think innovative … Continue reading

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Splendid technology, but change needs much more

It is a very promising and interesting trend to invest into single social enterprises and into technology. If both “pieces”come together, it is even better and it does not take too long until everyone talks about it. Many conferences highlight … Continue reading

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When teachers in the most colourful country of the world learn about colourblindness

“In the morning when I select my clothes it is a problem, I do not know whether the shirt I take is green or red or blue…” – this challenge of identifying well the colours should sound familiar to some … Continue reading

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Going back to India and challenging myself

  It might be true: people who come the first time will hate it or love it. You come never back again or you can’t resist to come back again and again.  For me India is the country of contrasts, the … Continue reading

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Moments with Social entrepreneurs in India – Edith Eliott  teaching healthcare to caring relatives

In many cultures – not just in India – families of patients stay very close to them when they are in hospital: mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers spent entire day’s sitting close to the patient in the room and … Continue reading

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