Great post on LinkedIn from Panera CEO Ron Shaich challenging other business leaders to do good with their businesses beyond the usual charitable giving. READ IT HERE Below is also a great video of a talk Ron gave at a Conscious Capitalism event a couple of years ago – really inspiring stuff! Ron Shaich from [...]
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A wonderful example of how the user/customer experience is getting re-invented and considered every step of the way. In a bid to give patients a calmer trip to surgery Great Ormond Street hospital briefed designers to come up with an interactive artwork that covers the corridors ensuring a much calmer journey from ward to surgery.
The Extra Mile is the brainchild of Matt Dimmer and was set up after his experience with his late father who was diagnosed with stage four cancer in 2011. Fortunately Matt was in a financial position to be able to afford to travel back and forth between his home in LA and a hospital in [...]
An extraordinary demonstration of humanity from in New Zealand’s parliament as they pass the Gay Marriage Bill – what an inspiration!
As companies are becoming increasingly environmentally conscious and eco-savvy, we are seeing an emerging trend towards more sustainable approach to advertising with green billboards. Here are a few that have caught our eye, courtesy of the wonderful blog Flavorwire.
An amazing idea and once again an example of the power of human beings working together. Very touching. To see the finished Virtual Choir 2.0 click here
Gorgeous infographic via Good showing ‘mean’ happiness across a range of companies over the last 30 years.
Innovators are finding great new ways to make everyday items more intelligent. In a bid to keep people safe and healthy, inventors are designing everyday objects that can keep tabs on us. The first is a spoon that will tell the salt content of your meal – which is super helpful for those needing to [...]
Very cute story of a Yosemite junior ranger who took 2 sticks from the park and then, regretting decided to send this letter to the ranger. This is a beautiful story from one of my favorite blog, mashable.com, and I really think that this little angel should be forgiven.