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The Solution Revolution by Eggers et al.

A Futuristic Approach To Solving Difficult Problems

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Futuristic Problem Solving Methodologies

  • Aug 26, 2013
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Solution Revolution is an important treatise
on how to use modern technology and strategic
constituencies to command action on everything
from waste to food production. The authors use
the term wavemakers to identify constituencies
that offer compelling solutions to even the
most difficult problems.
 
Other areas of revolutionary change are disruptive
technologies, novel business models, impact
currencies and solution ecosystems. The authors
set forth major initiatives in water management,
poverty, urbanization, transportation, health,
internet access and world hunger. In today's
world, even ordinary citizens can catalyse 
social change in movements like the Arab Spring 
and others.
 
Even money is changing from traditional currency
trading to special credits and bartering for services
by communities. Cloud computing is advancing the
study of complex inter-relationships for problems which
defy a simple solution. Even universities are changing
in ways never imagined previously. For instance, the 
Stanford Engineering Everywhere Initiative has
produced as many as 160T students to sign up for a single
course in artificial intelligence.
 
Solution Revolution is an important technological resource
for people and organizations who seek meaningful solutions
to a whole range of difficult problems which defy solution
using traditional methods and approaches.
Futuristic Problem Solving Methodologies

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August 27, 2013
thanks for this review
August 27, 2013
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