ince I was born, I have lived in different worlds. I was born in France and had Cambodian, Vietnamese and Chinese roots. I speak and write in English and French and can understand and speak Cambodian.

It is a natural …

witter. Learning and engaging one conversation at a time, asynced, over tweets, content people shared, and events they host or participate in. Follow-up. Caring about the conversation and energy with people and getting to know weak ties and strong ties.…

The Neo-Generalist — Why & What

fter I read the book, The Neo-Generalist, by Kenneth Mikkelsen and Richard Martin, thoughts, feelings, and stories shared resonated as I shifted into a world of constant change.

A generalist has specialities

a few years ago, I wrote this blog post ‘Are we in the age of collective learning and co-creation?’ How about mega shifts?

“Megashifts are much more than mere paradigm shifts, which usually affect only one sphere of human

Connectedness Era

Divergence is as important as convergence.

New ways of working and health are related and interesting. Topics such as remote work, sitting and standing desks, walkability, wearable technologies and connected life spaces caught my attention. Deep-tech …

Wander: how can we do so with creative generalists in our networked society?

On Generalists

“Not all those who wander are lost.” — J.R.R. Tolkien

“Always be on the lookout for the presence of wonder.”- E.B. White

Many people advocate …

Sensemaking: Why, What & How

n March 2013, I visited the exhibition ‘Soleil Froid [Cold Sun]’ at the Palais of Tokyo in Paris. The photo above makes me think of our pattern recognition and sensemaking abilities and practices. How …