Collective Genius 2.0.
a. Problems have become so complex and global that leaders have to reach across institutional, corporate, and national boundaries to build innovative ecosystems to solve them. Unfortunately, competing values, interests, and cultures often war against such necessary innovation.
b. Authors use two different examples: Calit2—a collaboration of two California universities; also, as well as the legal department at Pfizer that collaborated with its partners in an innovative way to make a big difference—using community along with a willingness and ability to innovate.