If there was any doubt before, COVID-19 made it clear for all of us: we need more resilient systems.
Work, education, technology, the way we conduct business… it sometimes looks like our prototypes went wrong.
As a society, how do we build ways forward that might bring us to different results that work better for the system as a whole?
Ways to be more resilient when disruption hits us?
I’m lucky to call my tribe some of the most exciting practitioners trying out experiments in the fields of education, design and business, with impact and systems-thinking at their core.
Guided by common questions, we are joining forces to verbalize and share some of the answers we have shaped respectively through our practices.
Humbled by the influence we have by initiating projects, teaching and designing in what feels like some of the most exciting places on earth, we want to shape leadership models that embrace nimbleness, radical collaboration, humour, interdisciplinarity, openness about failure, a growth mindset and a bias towards action.
Discover our co-written pieces. We invite you to join us tracing ways forward with the whole system in mind.
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Four ways to make sure the future of work actually works for everyone
Co-written with Jane Leu.
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