We see the need to enable a new generation of technical experts who are fluent in understanding, interpreting, and improving human systems, not just technical ones. Here we share four teaching practices that educators can use to increase this critical yet under-delivered capacity.
New Voices articles
Innovators, it’s not (only) what you do, it’s (also) who you are
Our identity, through our age, gender, colour, mother tongue, goes beyond how we freely choose to come across to others. The clear advantage is to those of us who develop awareness, language, and comfort dealing with questions of identity in its many dimensions.
Craving for Europe to be more innovative? Migration can help!
If we want to create new conversations, solutions and models in key sectors, we need new points of view. For innovation’s sake, it’s vital to invest in talent that is not in “the box” that we are trying to think “out” of.
The impact of an image: creating a new visual language for migration
How does the way in which people are represented visually through media affect the way we relate to each other? Can art and design help?
Innovators need feedback, not advice. Here’s how to make sure they get it.
“Let me tell you something” is a linguistic reflex that tells a long story: giving pre-packaged advice and transmitting common sense we’ve accumulated prevents many new ideas from becoming full-fledged models that work. Here are tools we’ve created to prevent that.