By: Molly Sonsteng I spend a lot of time in groups of all different sizes—from as small as three or as big as 1,000. When you’re running the show for any sized group, you need to have the right tools to keep the show going. I

By: Jess Do Starting a business is like most endeavors in life—if you reflect and incorporate lessons as you go, it can be a lot easier to move forward and even find some success. [caption id="attachment_3872" align="alignleft" width="300"] Listen to this smart man! This absolutely applies to

Entrepreneurship is a road many fantasize about but few actively pursue (and for plenty of reasons). Jessica Do, one of our first community members, spoke with us about her path to entrepreneurship and what she learned from it. For Jessica, entrepreneurship wasn't an overnight decision. She

Some people don’t think of the public school system as a hotbed for innovation, but there are many creative and groundbreaking initiatives behind the scenes all over the country. In New York City, it’s the iZone, a program started by the NYC Department of Education (DOE). The

How do you solve real world prob­lems with a human-centered lens? How do cre­ate a prod­uct that is effec­tive and beautiful? Where can you find a com­mu­nity of thinkers that have the skills and process to solve wicked prob­lems? Where do you find an acces­si­ble avenue

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