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We live in an age of collective learning and connection. It can be easy to get to know each other. It is the same for collaborating and cooperating on meaningful and impactful projects.

It takes insights and instigators. Serendipity and synchronicity. Persistence and reverence.

Trust and uniqueness. All starts with curiosity, too. What I have learned from my work and learning journey so far:

I hung out with different global and local teams to do projects at the intersection of learning innovation, community management and futures thinking. I have learned from and with different hungry and curious minds. Learnabilities and cultures.

I have learned from different innovation approaches, not the only ones that prevail in our world and France and Europe. In the names of design thinking and lean startup. I have widened my perspectives on entrepreneurial constraints, possibilities, policies and mindsets—innovation approaches and practices.

I can build my own cornucopia when it comes to reinvent myself and imagine the possibilities together to solve global problems. A cornucopia to retrieve, reflect on, and remix.

I can go beyond one method, approach, framework, process. Systems thinking, design thinking or any other innovative approaches I don’t know yet. I can mix different innovative and modern workplace learning approaches. I can shape my own cornucopia and a collective one.

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Discover more about my journey through these reflective blog posts.

Stories

Shifting story

My learning journey

Rebranding ‘Rotana Ty’ with Supro

Rewind

Practices

The Neo-Generalist

Learning Series

Personal Knowledge Mastery Series

Curiosity Series

Exploratory Series

Writing

Global Communities

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    […] big one! While learning from innovation cultures, I have embraced creativity and multidisciplinarity. What are the learnings so far from this work […]

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