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Innovative Leaders in the Ashoka Support Network Conceive a Future Shaped by Cross-Sector Collaboration
It would be impossible to solve the world’s most difficult problems without collaboration and co-creation among business leaders, social entrepreneurs and public servants. This is particularly true in an increasingly interconnected and fast-changing world, where changemakers must grasp the intricate dynamics of markets, media, and their own organizations.
Maybe Ashoka is onto something after all! It wasn’t more than 15 minutes into this week’s Global Innovation Summit + Week that empathy came up in the context of creating innovation ecosystems. The predominant metaphor for the week is that of a rainforest, where we may all be competing for a finite amount of sunlight at the top, we must lock hands in the soil if we’re ever going to make it (the way that tall redwoods lock their root systems).
Who you choose to be on your team will define your success in life, in your work, in your relationships.
The success of the Ashoka Support Network (ASN) hinges on the idea that active philanthropy must include rigorous co-creation and idea exchange. ASN is a global community comprising hundreds of innovative leaders across 25 countries and a variety of professional sectors, all of whom have a vested interest in building changemaking capacity to address the world’s most pressing problems. They channel that interest into a regular commitment of time, expertise, and resources to Ashoka and Ashoka Fellows.
In this ever more connected day and age, you are undoubtedly part of some type of network -- whether it is through your alma mater, current profess
The UBS Social Innovators Program was launched with support from Ashoka in July 2016. It aims at selecting and supporting social entrepreneurs, who deliver innovative solutions to society's most pressing challenges at the national and international level.
Crowdfunding began as a way to fund personal projects. A new generation of social entrepreneurs takes it to the next level.