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John Marshall: Impact Hackathon Brings Together Global Leaders

August 8, 2018

In a July Hackathon, Stamps Associate Professor John Marshall led partners from the Ross School of Business and Global Silicon Valley in a charrette addressing the question: “How can the impact economy create value beyond shareholder returns?”

On July 12-13, Jerry Davis, Associate Dean for Business+Impact at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, worked with partners at Global Silicon Valley and the Stamps School of Art & Design to bring together entrepreneurs, investors, academics, corporate executives, policymakers, and others to discuss transformational ideas in impact. Using an architecture model known as a charrette, John Marshall of U-M’s Stamps School led subgroups in drafting solutions to the central question: “How can the impact economy create value beyond shareholder returns?” Subgroups then convened in a large group to hash out areas of common ground and disagreement.

Impact Hackathon Brings Together Global Leaders to Transform the Impact Economy | Business + Impact

John Marshall: Impact Hackathon Brings Together Global Leaders