covid-19

What Design For Recovery Might Look Like

What happens when the global pandemic gets forgotten, and our organizations, communities and bodies still remember? How might we design institutions that help us recover from what’s happened and thrive in what’s to come? The World Health Organization is meeting this week to discuss whether the emergency phase of the global COVID-19 pandemic response is …

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When Strategy Solutions Are Hidden in Plain Sight

The COVID-19 pandemic and its effects provide a perfect example of similarity and difference in strategy, outcome, and impact. Are you tired yet? If you’re reading this in 2022, the answer is probably: “yes.” COVID-19 has tested humanity’s collective ability to adapt and strategize collectively. The Omicron variant that spread across the globe at the …

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Taking My Own Innovation Medicine (Why It Took Me 10 Years To Produce a Podcast): Part 1

Producing a podcast in 2011 was novel; not in 2021 – although the lessons learned from 10 years of trying might be timeless. In this post and upcoming series I explore the factors that influence change and innovation by applying psychological science to my own struggle to innovate on one particular topic: podcasting. It’s finally …

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