Podcast Series: Fundamentals of Social Innovation

We are very happy to be collaborating with Burgert Kirsten and his Liminal Podcast, to produce a series of interviews about the work of shifting social patterns in communities and organizations.

You can find the details and stream all the episodes here.

  • Session 1: The Great Turning
  • Session 2: Social complexity and human depth — the materials of social innovation
  • Session 3: Approaches to social innovation
  • Session 4: Working conversationally — what happens in the room?
  • Session 5: From conversations that control to conversations that connect
  • Session 6: Diving into complexity

 

By | 2017-01-05T17:52:45+00:00 October 20th, 2016|Categories: Audio / podcast, Culture work, Feature, Hosting & facilitation, Organizational work, Working in systems|Tags: |0 Comments

About the Author:

Marc’s career spans 35 years in business, design, education and technology. His work as designer, researcher, and educator has put him on the frontier of applying design methods to social and strategic questions. He is a founding faculty member of the Masters in Design for Social Innovation program at the School of Visual Arts in New York, and Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Practice at the Carnegie Mellon University Graduate School of Design. Marc’s interests include cultural immersion, language, cooking and photography.

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