Collaborative Innovation: A Journal
We are Thought Leaders studying and managing interaction and collaboration of multiple partners to deliver new solutions and new futures in business, cultural, or social systems.
This Journal takes a deep dive into the core of successful Collaborative Innovation and explores breakthroughs beyond what already seems possible. We are looking for ideas, conversations, stories, and experiments which might tend to challenge existing prejudices either for or against any particular solution of problems under consideration.
We mean to provide the tranquility and Collaborative Freedom requisite to fundamental inquiry into the unknown…
The Values that inform this journal:
The Sky is No Longer the Limit
Charles E. Smith Ph.D.
The Wright Brothers Institute is the sponsor of Collaborative Innovation: A Journal
The Institute (WBI) is a non-profit, innovation and collaboration institute that develops and delivers novel solutions to our customers’ most challenging problems and possibilities for their most exciting opportunities.
Since its inception, WBI has strived to develop and apply the most innovative techniques, tools and processes to some of the most pressing defense, national and global issues. We believe that Collaborative Innovation is like an iceberg. What we know about it is inferred from what we see at the top but only some of what lies beneath. Recognizing and embracing what lies at the bottom of the iceberg can release what business, government, and humanity really wants and needs.
In the first Journal issue, I’m especially interested in addressing Buckminster Fuller’s question from which he created his extraordinary inventive technical and social inventions and projects. At this extraordinary time of social, political and economic disintegration, with respect to Collaborative Innovation, What is the most important question we can ask, and why?
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