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Teaming

Submitted by Regina Uribe on February 13, 2017 - 4:56pm

The other day I came across a book called Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate and Compete in the Knowledge Economy by Amy C. Edmondson. In the book, Edmondson describes “teaming” as “teamwork on the fly” (pg. 13). It is a set of mindsets and practices that allow groups of people to work together in a fluid environment. The pillars of teaming (pg. 52) include:

Changemaker Central: A new hub for all students to become changemakers

Submitted by Regina Uribe on May 29, 2011 - 12:00am

Arizona State University has over 600 student organizations, 120 classes on entrepreneurship, 3 funding opportunities for students to develop ideas and ventures, and hundreds of other activities, tools and resources that advance student driven social change and life long civic engagement.  How can we harness the information available so that all students can better gain access to these tools and resources?

Ashoka Exchange Student Planning Committee

Submitted by Regina Uribe on May 9, 2011 - 12:00am

ASU and Ashoka U are co-hosting the Ashoka Exchange in February 2012. The Ashoka Exchange is designed to facilitate connections between diverse individuals involved in building social entrepreneurship courses, programs, and partnerships in higher education. We estimate 400 participants from over 100 universities will attend the Ashoka Exchange.

The goals of the Exchange are to:

Strengthening Leadership through Ignite@ASU: Reflection of 4 Canon Leaders

Submitted by Regina Uribe on May 6, 2011 - 12:00am

This year, we had the pleasure of working in partnership with Canon Leadership students to execute Ignite @ ASU: Envisioning our Future. The event was held April 7th at the ASU West campus where over 100 people came to see 12 diverse presentations.

In total, there were 4 students that helped make Ignite @ ASU a success. The students were asked to reflect on their semester working on Ignite @ ASU, what they learned, and what they hope for the future.

Sihua (Sheila) Meng is a freshman studying Finance.

A Student's Reflections about the Ashoka Exchange

Submitted by Regina Uribe on March 9, 2011 - 12:00am

Speaking in public is like skydiving. When you are minutes away from taking the leap or walking on the stage you think you are crazy for agreeing to do this. While you are on stage or in the air, everything is like a blur and surreal. Then when you are finally done, you feel so energized you want to do it all over again. Maybe it’s just me who compares speaking with skydiving, but this is the metaphor I came up with after speaking at TEDxAshokaU.

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