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Go The Right Speed (Collective Next Card #17)

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This is one of a series of posts we're running this summer about the Collective Next Cards.

Share (Collective Next Card #19)

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This is one of a series of posts we're running this summer about the Collective Next Cards.

Hone Your Craft (Collective Next Card #97)

This is one of a series of posts we're running this summer about the Collective Next Cards.

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Be Curious (Collective Next Card #2)

This is one of a series of posts we're running this summer about the Collective Next Cards.

Be Curious card

Everything Speaks (Collective Next Card #83)

This is one of a series of posts we're running this summer about the Collective Next Cards. 

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Make New Mistakes (Collective Next Card #23)

Although this is card #23, this is the first of a series of posts we'll be running this summer about the Collective Next Cards. 

Make New Mistakes - Collective Next Card

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Collective Next Scribes Idea Week 2014

At Collective Next, we like to think we can scribe anywhere. Last night we put that belief to the test when our Kris Henry and art director emerita Mel Segall supported a fascinating Boston Idea Week panel on the future of startups in our hometown that was held in an underground subway station. It was a bit warm despite being underground ("it feels like the amphibian house at the zoo," Mel said), but it was reasonably comfortable, even if it was a bit, as Kris put it, "dewy."

Classroom Collaboration on a Grand Scale

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What do you do when you're asked to volunteer for a half-day in a third grade classroom? Try to solve some of the worlds toughest problems, of course!  For the last few months, my daughter's teachers and I have been tossing around ideas on how to use the Collective Next style of collaboration in the classroom. We landed on facilitating a mini-session that would give the kids an opportunity to use their brainpower to explore possible solutions to long-standing world problems.

Collective Next Contributes to TED Series on Inequality

We at Collective Next are here to help businesses come together, think better, and move forward. We focus on the needs and opportunities of specific clients, but we recognize that there are issues businesses have to confront that are bigger than any business.