How punk music explains social innovation

The development of punk rock during the era of disco and pop music shows how innovation is about cutting against the grain, says Water for People CEO Ned Breslin in his debut podcast. He uses his personal connection to punk music to illustrate how social disruption actually happens. Listen to him explain why social entrepreneurs can learn from punk music and the organizations that are truly charting a new course that will create real social impact.

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Tom Murphy

Tom Murphy is a New Hampshire-based reporter for Humanosphere. Before joining Humanosphere, Tom founded and edited the aid blog A View From the Cave. His work has appeared in Foreign Policy, the Huffington Post, the Guardian, GlobalPost and Christian Science Monitor. He tweets at @viewfromthecave. Contact him at tmurphy[at]humanosphere.org.