"Enough words have been exchanged; now at last, let me see some deeds. Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it." (Goethe)
Helping Communities Work employs Reciprocal Entrepreneurship (RE), a product managment discipline designed for individuals who may not ordinarily communicate yet share the same social, economic and environmental goals and objectives. RE creates collaborative environments that align and advance the vision, innovation and bold action of entrepreneurs and innovators in all industries and sectors and across the arts and culture community.
Reciprocal Entrepreneurship, 1) identifies large-scale societal problems, 2) uncovers and creates relevant community assets and resources, 3) aligns the vision, imagination, skills and action of cross-sector entrepreneurs, 4) develops diverse and innovative solutions, 5) objectively reports on the process and, 6) utilizes multimedia strategies to engage local and global audiences. RE incorporates creative technologies, including artificial intelligence, defined in this context as an area of study and set of technologies related to using computers to perform tasks.
Reciprocal Entrepreneurship, which can be tailored for boundless applications, also advances "Academic Entrepreneurship for Medical and Health Scientists" an open educational resource self-published by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania ITMAT and licensed under a Creative Commons License.
Academic entrepreneurs, medical colleges, libraries and their strategic partners recognize the publication as an open repository of tools, advice and best practices. The publication addresses sustainable development goal # 3 (Good Health and Well-Being) and can be tailored for the research and commercialization of diverse technology solutions that support other sustainable development goals.
"Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship" is an open publication written and edited by Michelle Ferrier & Elizabeth Mays and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted. The book provides a comprehensive guide for Entrepreneurial and Solutions Journalism. https://press.rebus.community/media-innovation-and-entrepreneurship/