Think exponential

The pace of change has picked up. We used to experience periods of stability between disruptions. Change is now perpetual, pervasive, and exponential. How do we build the systems, tools, and cultures that meet the changing needs of our communities today and into the future? We do it by thinking exponentially.


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Jason Schneider


Jason is an altruistic mischief maker with Civic* Possible helping community leaders solve sticky, cross silo challenges. He has 20 years’ experience playing in the intersection of government, nonprofits, and business. He has served as an elected City Commissioner, Alaska’s first Innovation Officer, executive director of NGOs, start up business coach, and the Economic Development lead for Marion County Oregon.