Whenever small-town community leaders are asked about using makerspace development to help returning veterans, they almost always talk about real estate inventory and critical mass.
In fact, most Americans don’t view makerspace development as a necessity like rural electrification. Instead, they view it as an amenity much like a local museum or a gift shop.
You could make the case that a CDL-viewpoint change is required to address both current and future post-Globalism challenges. CDL or Creativity Dominant Logic suggests that maximizing creative energy is the most important factor in business today.
No one is successful by themselves. Everyone needs some guidance or people who act as sounding boards. Makerspace development is the best way to provide this kind of infrastructure to the people in places that need it most.
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