• The real risk isn't in experimentation,

    it's in maintaining the status quo.

  • DSIL Team Features

    Our company and the ever-growing community it has gardened gives birth to ideas and experiments every day. Discover what forms our roots, what inspires us, and the tensions we are wrestling with right now.

    System change needs all of us.

    Hear the closing plenary keynote from IFC 2018 by our CEO Katy Grennier. In this provocative speech, she explores how we are not only responsible for the systems we live in because we have created them, like it or not, starting with her own story from long ago. Katy suggests that changes will happen when each of us takes radical responsibility and then dives into the hard work of radical collaboration that must happen. She pushes us with some other perspectives on WHY all the helping isn't working.

    DMI Article: Design and Purpose

    DSIL Co-founder, Courtney Lawrence writes about the rise of complex challenges we have never faced before and how we have new tools to not only transform those challenges but be happier along the way. This was the reason for the DSIL Company to be built and still is a part of why we do what we do.

  • We believe in an open-source world.

    We co-created Youth Leadership workshops with Act for Peace to teach strategies on how to activate change around you with the resources you already have.

  • Need Inspiration? We got you.

    DSIL have put in 100's of hours to create The DSIL Open-Source Curriculum and Virtual Classrooms that cover topics important to innovation with the best minds around the world.


    Get curious wherever you are and bring the world of buzzwords down to earth.

    Virtual Classrooms

    Live, interactive, 60 minutes online sessions with thought leaders, practitioners, and innovative problem solvers. Our team has been carefully selected to expedite high-level understanding by exploring critical issues, case-studies and emerging learnings that the many faces of innovation.


    You'll find a variety of engaging ways to learn and hands-on challenges to spark thinking and practice skills. The curriculum was designed to be agile and expand your perspective and whilst listening to others. This is a free resource: We invite you to share it with everyone!

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