Regular Twitter-based discussion of innovation topics, each Thursday at noon (Eastern time)

Welcome to Innochat.com

Innochat is a lively, informative and inspiring one-hour(ish) discussion on Thursdays at noon (Eastern US time). Usually the best way to follow along is to head over to TweetChat - sign in with your Twitter credentials and follow along and participate. Tweetchat takes care of adding the hashtag too, so you don't have to worry about forgetting it.

Note: We have noted the impending demise of TweetChat due to the shift in Twitter's API policy and we are seeking alternatives to support Innochat.

Recent Chats

Our health in our hands

John W Lewis's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, Aug 27, 2015

This chat is the fourth installment of our 6-part collaborative series with the Business Innovation Factory (@TheBIF).

This chat on innovation in healthcare is hosted by BIF's Patient Experience Lab Associate (@BIFpxl), Bridget Landry (@bridgetdelial), and here is her framing post.

On failure in innovation

John W Lewis's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, Aug 20, 2015

Unexpected and undesirable outcomes happen because our ability to predict the future is limited, especially when operating in areas of uncertainty. Yet these outcomes are frequently labelled as "failures".

Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Mysteries

John W Lewis's picture
Chat Date: 
Thu, Aug 13, 2015

This is the third installment of our 6-part collaborative series with the Business Innovation Factoryin advance of the BIF Summit in September.

BIF 2015 innochat series

This chat on innovation in education is hosted by BIF's Student Experience Lab Associate (@BIFsxl), Louie Montoya (@learninglouie), and here is his framing post.

We are charged with preparing our youth for success in a future we know very little about.  In the USA, the growing number of environmental issues, the prevalence of class and race inequality, and the explosion of technology have provided us with more questions than  answers about our future. But there’s one critical question:

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