On this special on-location* episode of Love the Problem we sit down with Mark Turrell as he talks about his 25 Year Plan to save everyone on the planet all at the same time.
This episode really dives into why if you are going to solve problems on scale you cannot do it through linear means. You need exponential solutions. We take a long winding journey to learn about how this plan will look in action before finally arriving on how important education is to make everything work. Really interesting episode that touches on more topics than can be named.
*It gets a bit windy in points during this episode!
Mark Turrell is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader (2010) and Technology Pioneer (2008). He pioneered the development of crowdsourcing and collective intelligence as founder of Imaginatik plc (www.imaginatik.com), focused on innovation and collaborative problem solving. During this time he consulted to hundreds of companies and business units, spanning a wide range of industries including healthcare, technology, chemicals, industrial, telecommunications and government.
In 2010 he founded Orcasci (www.orcasci.com) a strategy company developing the Science of Spread and applying the approach to developing growth programs and go-to-market strategies for technology and science companies. He has worked as a mentor to many start-ups across Europe and the US, helping develop strategies, and tapping into his extensive network. Mark is also a strategist helping NGOs develop plans to scale and spread their good works.
He is an Associate Professor at Hult International Business School lecturing on marketing, innovation and entrepreneurship and is a visting lecturer at WHU in Valldemar, Germany.