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We're in a world where exponential change is the new normal. Old economic structures are being challenged by newer ones and networked technologies are changing the way we can distribute resources. For a world with so limited...
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In his speech, Geoff Mulgan talks about collective intelligence and how we think about the idea of openness. Through several examples, he introduces a reflection around crowd sourcing data and its use.
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Jennifer has been behind the scenes - or rather tucked away in a booth - at Lift for the past 4 years. Listening to and interpreting speakers talking about how technology is changing - and will continue to change - how we work....
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To soothe the stress of travel, today’s mobile individuals (neo-nomads) engage in tactics of re:location, recreating an image of home but producing a lot of waste. The spaces /objects designed with mobility in mind should focus...
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Dorian Selz's companies are great examples of what could be deemed virtual organizations. Flat hierarchies, less management, geographically dispersed teams are all part of his daily life with local.ch and now Memonic. He will...
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In 2003, Parisian designers Birgitta and Alexandre decided to build their dream of a cross-competent creative workspace in an isolated village of Norway. This radical choice gave birth to a global collaborative experience of a...
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