One of the things I have been thinking about the world around us for over a year now. The question… Read more Status Levels: Who eats first and who eats last
Who gets the most respect and who gets the least? Who do we want to associate with and who do… Read more Status Levels: You deserve to be free
We get what we invest in. The time we spend comes back, with interest. Prof Clay Christensen in his book… Read more Who are we seeking to become?
Our challenge is not a lack of money, the money is there, it needs to be redirected to innovative ideas… Read more Catalytic Innovation: Our obsession with with elite institutions
Let’s look at the last example this time in West Africa, in Nigeria Access to quality education in Africa is… Read more Catalytic Innovation: Access to affordable quality education
While still in Kenya, let’s look at another example in Nairobi In Kenya, 80% of Kenyan doctors and dentists live… Read more Catalytic Innovation: Access to affordable quality primary health care
Let’s look at another example of catalytic innovation, this time from East Africa, Kenya. Often we are told that many… Read more Catalytic Innovation: Affordable quality makerspace
Let’s start by looking at an example of catalytic innovation here at home, South Africa. People walking into a… Read more Catalytic Innovation: Affordable quality heath care
As an entrepreneur and having spent over 10 years studying various entrepreneurship models, I’m convinced that our answer lies in… Read more Catalytic Innovation: How do we respond to the poverty crisis?
A life lived in poverty is always about scrambling. Poverty is hunger. Lack of shelter. Not having a job or… Read more Catalytic Innovation: Aggressive spending and disappointing returns.