Like going through CS Lewis' wardrobe to Narnia or over the rainbow to Oz, last week's Opportunity Collaboration, which was focused on alleviating global poverty, required an adjustment to the juxtapositions of a new realm.
What would someone hope to get out of putting a small group of entrepreneurs tasked with rapidly building their companies onboard a ship with 600 college students sailing around the world? It may sound like the plot for a really bizarre reality TV show, but in fact it's not.
Unreasonable lives at the convergence of business and belief. Although it exists to bring rational business expertise to startups, there's nothing cold or bloodless about it: "This is not business as usual, this is business unusual."