 1. The Adjacent Possible 2. Liquid Networks 3. The Slow Hunch 4. Serendipity 5. Error 6. Exaptation 7. Platforms
 "Discovery consists of    seeing what everybody    has seen and thinking    what nobody has    thought."    — Albert von...
 The adjacent possible is a kind of shadow future, hovering on the edges of the present state of things, a map of all the...
 Rather than denying problems, focus  inventively, intentionally on what solutions  might look or feel like...Our mind is...
 When our ideas are wrong, we need to challenge them and find new methods and strategies. Being right keeps you in place....
 Johnson states that platform building is, by definition, a kind of exercise in emergent behavior.
 www.google.com Johnson, S. (2010). Where good ideas come from: The natural history of innovation. New York: Riverhead B...
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
Where good ideas come from
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  1. 1.  1. The Adjacent Possible 2. Liquid Networks 3. The Slow Hunch 4. Serendipity 5. Error 6. Exaptation 7. Platforms
  2. 2.  "Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought." — Albert von Szent- Gyorgy
  3. 3.  The adjacent possible is a kind of shadow future, hovering on the edges of the present state of things, a map of all the ways in which the present can reinvent itself.
  4. 4.  Rather than denying problems, focus inventively, intentionally on what solutions might look or feel like...Our mind is meant to generate ideas that help us escape circumstantial traps / if we trust it to do so. Naturally, not all hunches are useful. But then you only need a single good idea to solve a problem.” Marsha Sinetar
  5. 5.  When our ideas are wrong, we need to challenge them and find new methods and strategies. Being right keeps you in place. Being wrong forces you to explore.
  6. 6.  Johnson states that platform building is, by definition, a kind of exercise in emergent behavior.
  7. 7.  www.google.com Johnson, S. (2010). Where good ideas come from: The natural history of innovation. New York: Riverhead Books.

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