Part of the Business Trend series.
“Wicked problems”—ranging from malaria to dwindling water supplies—are being reframed as “wicked opportunities” and tackled by networks of non-governmental organisations, social entrepreneurs, governments, and big businesses.
We’re seeing a trend by which many kinds of complex, dynamic, and seemingly intractable social challenges “wicked problems” are being reframed and attacked with renewed vigour through solution ecosystems.
Unprecedented networks of non-governmental organszations(NGOs), social entrepreneurs, health professionals, governments, and international development institutions—and yes, businesses—are coalescing around them, and recasting them as wicked opportunities.
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