Ingenuity x Innovation

women tech accenture innovation insead growth product development

This week, I attended a TECH TALK X Women in Tech with Lucy Cooper – Head of Innovation, Accenture Europe and INSEAD.

“Lucy will share her deep expertise in nurturing growth mindsets, scaling experimentations and developing

Visual Thinking: activating one of my gifts

This is the feedback I got regarding the strengths I build. Below are some of my productions that weave words and visuals I produced over the years.


How do you think visually?

During the first week of May, I was off for a week with two other people to hike, bike and wander in the French region of Isère. I enjoyed very much exploring and riding different cities and villages, forests and …

Tapestry Book: deep work & inside out

Inspirations From Writers

Fascinating ways to read, write, research, highlight, retrieve, pick, proofread, find a balance between productivity and presence, use tech hacks online and offline – as a writer—for example, and reader. …

What caught my attention on week 51 of 2020.

“I’m also deeply passionate about learning. To be clear, I think learning is something that happens between someone’s ears. You can’t box it up and sell it and you certainly can’t

“Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t come in.” ― Isaac Asimov

I pay attention to the work of Gapminder as put on the website of their …

“If you like getting into the weeds on how to find good signals, this post is for you! Oftentimes you come across signals in the course of daily life, but other times you need to research signals on a specific

What caught my attention on week 43 and week 44.

On Doing

“So play for a bit and then rest within yourself. Treat yourself as the precious and beautiful thing that you are and be well – you have it

What caught my attention on week 42 of 2020.

‘Environment now’ by The Guardian

“The Earth is changing faster than at any point in modern history as a result of human-caused global heating. From the mid-19th century, when we began