Innovation in Systems: The Art and Science of Change; A Conversation with President Jim Yong Kim and Dr Atul Gawande - Webcast
Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Time: 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m EDT
approx. (19:00 – 20:00 GMT or convert time) Location: World Bank Headquarters and Online
Why do some innovations take off quickly, while others lag behind? How do we help good ideas reach more people? How do we drive change in large organizations? And how do we get from here to better?
World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim and renowned surgeon, thinker and writer Dr. Atul Gawande shared insights on what it takes to drive organizational change and deliver better services to our clients and partners.
Moderator:Susan Page, Chief, Washington Bureau, USA Today
Director of Ariadne Labs, Surgeon, Researcher, Best Selling Author
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Dr. Ashish Manohar Urkude
4. Cell phone, Radio, Television, and the whole Information and Communication Technology is the fastest to reach at the grass root level. Then, why the idea of Millennium Development Goals (MDG) did not reach at the grass root level around the world. Where exactly UNO and its organizations like WB...are failing to reach grass root level? I've been to many MBA schools and those even MBA students do not know what are MDG, leave others (including governments who do not take MDG seriously) aside, hence, this obvious question. Hope the question is taken positively and UNO and WB will try to find out an innovative solution on this, to make MDG happen.
Is there a universal language for innovation? What defines systems change? Does disruption on crowds matter for scale?