Innovation In Times of Crisis

Innovation In Times of Crisis

The Chilean miner rescue effort is an example of innovation in crisis management that the world can learn from.

Kyana Gordon
  • 18 october 2010

“Anything is possible” is an apt phrase to describe the successful rescue of the Chilean miners who were trapped for 69 days underground. From an innovation standpoint, the lessons learned from this period of crisis is what John Kao examines in the Daily Beast. In his post, “How The Chileans Did It Right,” Kao describes how the world can educate itself through Chile’s example:

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