It’s our responsibility to keep ourselves inspired and curious.

Here's my
2 cents

“Flying may not be all plain sailing, but the fun of it is worth the price” ―Amelia Earhart.

Designful Innovation Meetup

Starting in July 2019

Monthly learning events about creative and critical thinking, methodologies and techniques based on Design Thinking, Human Behavior, Prototyping, and Business Modeling. A safe place to learn and help organizations to make innovation happens!

Designful Innovation Podcast

Starting in July 2019

Monthly 30-minutes conversations with companies and entrepreneurs about their innovation journey trying to develop something new that creates value for people and impacts the market. How they did it, their failures, learnings and the real truth behind it.

Here are some bites of videos, podcasts, articles, books, conferences, and events that have inspired me. Sharing is caring.

Developing a Growth Mindset with Carol Dweck
Professor Carol Dweck talks about her groundbreaking work on developing mindsets. She emphasizes the power of “yet” in helping students succeed in and out of the classroom. I believe this mindset should be applied also in the professional world.

Humans and AI working together?

In this Harvard Business Review article called Collaborative intelligence: Humans and AI are joining forces -their authors James Wilson and Paul Daugherty give us the key to collaborate and adapt into this new reality.
At the Heart of Intelligence: Futurist Gerd Leonhard and Telia Finland film collaboration
What will happen to humans when machines get more and more intelligent? Futurist Gerd Leonhard and Helsinki Data Center are figuring this out…. 🙂

Where is the promised Future?

If you wonder about innovations that never happened like me, I encourage you to read this brilliant editorial from Wired Magazine where Will Ferrell gives you a tour of tech that never took off.
Also some short funny videos here.

Influencing and predicting the future with Mike Walsh in the BK show podcast

Mike Walsh is a brilliant futurist. One of the best quotes he gave us during this podcast was: “Technology tends to disappear into the background and the innovation starts to focus on the human experiential elements, how things feel.” —@mikewalsh

This year he launched an audiobook: The Algorithmic Leader. How to Be Smart When Machines Are Smarter Than You. It’s thought-provoking and fascinating.

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