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Innovating interactions - "How can I innovate my daily interactions to influence my work and world?" …

Innovating interactions - "How can I innovate my daily interactions to influence my work and world?"

Global constructive and deconstructive forces are constantly redefining our global economy and business practices. Our responsibility – everyone’s responsibility – lies in contributing to the positive and constructive ones of these forces. However, the challenges that arise with such a new economy cannot be solved by one individual, they require collective action. Therefore a key dynamic is shifting from our practices of competition to practices of cooperation. The essence of cooperation lies in interactions. It is therefore crucial that we consider and innovate our daily interactions. Because after all, all our actions are interactions.

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  • 1. Innovating Interactions – How can I Innovate my Daily Interactions to Influence my Work and World? Stephanie Akkaoui Hughes
  • 2. www.ebbf.org
  • 3. Richard Buckminster Fuller’s World Map 4
  • 4. We must be systematic, but we should keep our systems open. Alfred North Whitehead
  • 5. GLOBAL TRENDS
  • 6. Complexity
  • 7. Complexity —> embrace uncertainty
  • 8. Complexity —> embrace uncertainty Unification
  • 9. Complexity —> embrace uncertainty Unification —> embrace unity in diversity
  • 10. Complexity —> embrace uncertainty Unification —> embrace unity in diversity Interdependent problems
  • 11. Complexity —> embrace uncertainty Unification —> embrace unity in diversity Interdependent problems —> solve in constellation
  • 12. Complexity —> embrace uncertainty Unification —> embrace unity in diversity Interdependent problems —> solve in constellation COLLABORATION
  • 13. Complexity —> embrace uncertainty Unification —> embrace unity in diversity Interdependent problems —> solve in constellation COLLABORATION INTERACTIONS
  • 14. A STORY_
  • 15. THREE CONCEPTS_
  • 16. INTERACTION
  • 17. AN INTERACTION IS A LIVING RELATIONSHIP
  • 18. CONTEXT
  • 19. CONTEXT GIVES MEANING TO OUR INTERACTIONS
  • 20. INTERACTION
  • 21. CONTEXT INTERACTION
  • 22. CONTEXT INTERACTION
  • 23. CONTEXT INTERACTION FACILITATOR
  • 24. CONTEXT INTERACTION FACILITATOR
  • 25. FACILITATION
  • 26. Incomplete
  • 27. Incomplete Impermanent
  • 28. Incomplete Impermanent Imperfect
  • 29. INTERACTION
  • 30. CONTEXT INTERACTION
  • 31. CONTEXT INTERACTION FACILITATOR
  • 32. CONTEXT INTERACTION FACILITATOR Incomplete Impermanent Imperfect
  • 33. DICTATOR FACILITATOR
  • 34. DICTATOR FACILITATOR
  • 35. OLD IDEAS_
  • 36. SERVANT LEADERSHIP
  • 37. Good leaders must first become good servants. Robert Greenleaf
  • 38. FACILITATING
  • 39. FACILITATING = FOSTERING INTERACTIONS
  • 40. FACILITATING = FOSTERING INTERACTIONSBY DESIGNING THE CONTEXT FOR INTERACTIONS
  • 41. A MOMENT TO RECAP_
  • 42. WE DO NOT DESIGN INTERACTIONS,
  • 43. WE DO NOT DESIGN INTERACTIONS, INSTEAD WE DESIGN THE CONTEXTS FOR INTERACTIONS
  • 44. How can we design contexts that foster interactions?
  • 45. ARCHITECTING INTERACTION
  • 46. ARCHITECTING
  • 47. INTERACTION
  • 48. COLLABORATION
  • 49. COLLABORATION CREATIVITY
  • 50. LEARNING COLLABORATION CREATIVITY
  • 51. LEARNING INTERACTION COLLABORATION CREATIVITY
  • 52. INNOVATION LEARNING INTERACTION COLLABORATION CREATIVITY
  • 53. AKKA: SPECIALISED IN DESIGNING SPACES FOR COLLABORATION, CREATIVITY & LEARNING
  • 54. EVERY SPACE NEEDS TO FOSTER INTERACTIONS,
  • 55. EVERY SPACE NEEDS TO FOSTER INTERACTIONS, ONLY TO VARYING DEGREES
  • 56. ARCHITECTING INTERACTION
  • 57. How do we design contexts that foster interactions?
  • 58. COLLABORATION
  • 59. Delivery of space for users to move in
  • 60. APPRECIATE
  • 61. Community Consultation APPRECIATE
  • 62. KERNELAPPRECIATE Community Consultation
  • 63. Shared Vision KERNELAPPRECIATE Community Consultation
  • 64. KICKSTARTKERNEL Shared Vision APPRECIATE Community Consultation
  • 65. Learning by Doing KICKSTARTKERNEL Shared Vision APPRECIATE Community Consultation
  • 66. ADAPTKICKSTART Learning by Doing KERNEL Shared Vision APPRECIATE Community Consultation
  • 67. Observation KICKSTART Learning by Doing KERNEL Shared Vision APPRECIATE Community Consultation ADAPT
  • 68. KICKSTARTKERNELAPPRECIATE ADAPT
  • 69. ARCHITECTUR E
  • 70. ARCHITECTUR E Beginning of design
  • 71. ARCHITECTUR E Beginning of design End of construction
  • 72. ARCHITECTUR E Beginning of design End of construction
  • 73. ARCHITECTUR E Beginning of design End of construction Living space
  • 74. ARCHITECTUR E ARCHITECTING Beginning of design End of construction Living space
  • 75. ARCHITECTUR E ARCHITECTING STATIC Beginning of design End of construction Living space
  • 76. ARCHITECTUR E Beginning of design End of construction ARCHITECTING STATIC LIVING Living space
  • 77. ADAPTKICKSTARTKERNELAPPRECIATE
  • 78. ADAPT KICKSTART KERNEL APPRECIATE
  • 79. SCIENTIFICALLY SPEAKING_
  • 80. E = MC2
  • 81. E = MC2 ENERG Y
  • 82. E = MC2 ENERG Y MAS S
  • 83. E = MC2 ENERG Y MAS S SPEED OF LIGHT
  • 84. E = MC2 ENERG Y SPEED OF LIGHTBUILT MASS
  • 85. E = MC2 ENERG Y INTERACTIONSBUILT MASS
  • 86. E = MC2 EMERGING QUALITY INTERACTIONSBUILT MASS
  • 87. BEYOND ARCHITECTURE_
  • 88. ACTION LABS:
  • 89. ACTION LABS: SUPPORTING LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN CONTRIBUTING TO A PROSPEROUS, JUST & SUSTAINABLE CIVILISATION
  • 90. ACTION LABS: SUPPORTING LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN CONTRIBUTING TO A PROSPEROUS, JUST & SUSTAINABLE CIVILISATION ONE CONVERSATION, ONE ACTION, ONE COMMUNITY AT A TIME
  • 91. MOMENT OF CLARITY_
  • 92. CREATING A NEW ECONOMY
  • 93. FOSTERING INTERACTIONS CREATING A NEW ECONOMY
  • 94. ECONOMY | ECOLOGY
  • 95. ECONOMY | ECOLOGY
  • 96. ECONOMY | ECOLOGY household management
  • 97. ECONOMY | ECOLOGY household management knowledgehousehold|
  • 98. 120
  • 99. CONTEXT INTERACTION
  • 100. ECOLOGY INTERACTION
  • 101. ECOLOGY DIVERSITY INTERACTION
  • 102. ECOLOGY INTERACTION DIVERSITY
  • 103. WE DO NOT DESIGN INTERACTIONS, INSTEAD WE DESIGN THE CONTEXTS FOR INTERACTIONS
  • 104. IN SUMMARY_
  • 105. A NEW ECONOMY
  • 106. A NEW ECONOMY COLLABORATIO N
  • 107. A NEW ECONOMY COLLABORATIO N INTERACTION
  • 108. context A NEW ECONOMY COLLABORATIO N INTERACTION
  • 109. context facilitation A NEW ECONOMY COLLABORATIO N INTERACTION
  • 110. context facilitation Incomplete Impermanent Imperfect A NEW ECONOMY COLLABORATIO N INTERACTION
  • 111. context facilitation Incomplete Impermanent Imperfect SERVANT LEADERSHIP A NEW ECONOMY COLLABORATIO N INTERACTION
  • 112. WE NOW ALL CREATE CONTEXTS THAT FOSTER INTERACTIONS
  • 113. http://vimeo.com/89493828
  • 114. www.ebbf.org

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