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In the spirit of transformation, BIF is excited to announce that in 2019 it is shifting from a single Collaborative Innovation Summit in Providence, RI, to create opportunities to inspire collaboration and innovation through smaller, more intimate gatherings across the country.
How might we strategically align FTE’s core capabilities with a new model that reimagines how they deliver value for a community of practice for aspiring leaders?
Data privacy and control has become one of the fastest growing hot buttons in today's marketplace. What would it look like if you actually owned the rights to your personal data to decide when, where, and how it is being used? Etwaru and his team have elevated the issue to one of a basic human right, one that puts the power and monetization back in our own pockets.
Business Innovation Factory (BIF), in collaboration with The School of the Possible founded by Dave Gray, Hatch founded by Yarrow Kraner, and Overlap founded by Michael Dila, is launching a project to explore the opportunity for a transformational personalized medicine business model
Carnegie Corporation of New York has partnered with BIF to design and run the Integration Design Consortium (IDC). Rather than funding programmatic proof points, the IDC is giving leaders permission to test various integrative approaches to support students throughout their journey in the education system.
BIF is excited to partner with the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) to explore how might we shift our lens to uncover innovation opportunities that will transform how we serve patients through community health centers.
FTE will be partnering with BIF to help them through a business model transition, building a participatory process for designing, streamlining, and scaling its business model.
In partnership with Children’s Health in Dallas, BIF worked to create the Children’s Wellness Experience: a transformative, sustainable model for care that is rooted in human-centered insights, moving us away from a focus on “sick care” to a broader focus on “well care.”
Through the generous support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and building on the research of Feedback for Teachers, BIF prototyped and tested TD4Ed, an online platform that teaches design thinking and enables teachers to innovate in the classroom, school, and district.
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