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Design Thinking for Social Innovation

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Social innovation is a means to develop and implement innovative and effective solutions to solve environmental or social issues.

It is a new perspective that provides systematic and practical solutions that can be applied to ongoing social issues. The needs of society are given priority in order to improve things like infrastructures, housing, and healthcare.




We talk about co-management and co-ownership in order to make a more just world. Freedom, transparency, empathy. We recognize that human dignity and relationships drive how we live and work together.

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Tullio Siragusa

Tullio Siragusa

Entrepreneurial Senior Technology Professional & Tech Start-up Founder ✦ Design Thinking Advisor ✦ EQ Centered Leadership Subject Matter Expert.

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