rotana ty problem solving global problems

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This is a photo I shot while strolling in the early morning on Portobello beach, Edinburgh, Scotland.

The Neo-Generalist — Why & What

After I read the book, The Neo-Generalist, by Kenneth Mikkelsen @leadershipABC and Richard Martin, thoughts, feelings and stories shared in it resonate as I am shifting in a world of constant of change.

In this interview, they share their intent with this book:

“I hope that our book can serve as a conversation starter and hopefully open people’s eyes to a more inclusive way of looking at the value that specialists and generalists add to society.” — @leadershipABC


rotana ty multidisciplinarity innovation book

rotana ty multidisciplinarity innovation book

As a word person and visual thinker, I made sense of what I read from this insightful interview. I also share some thoughts visually and through additional thoughts through the visual below:

rotana ty multidisciplinarity innovation book

You can see better this visual here. Note that I included in this visual the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations and UNESCO.

Connect and engage with other neo-generalists and me globally via this Twitter list, that is built by @SimonHeath1.

So, are you mission-driven for solving global problems? What do we need for doing so?

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