Maybe people really are hungry for a change. Not the hopey-changey stuff of political change, but the real, tangible change represented by rebooting our economy.
My post yesterday reviewing Hugh MacLeod's Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination and Umair Haque's The New Capitalist Manifesto: Building a Disruptively Better Business got more hits than Mark Wahlberg in The Fighter.
And that got me thinking about a talk I gave last year at Temple's Fox School of Business and Wharton's Social Impact club.
The talk was about three things:
1.) The state of our current economy and the opportunity to build a better economic system.
2.) What such change can mean for you (the audience was b-school students).
3.) What social entrepreneurship and social enterprise mean and why it can make a difference.
Ultimately, my talk was about value creation, the kind of value creation Hugh and Umair are talking about.
Here is the slide show from that talk: