We are very happy to announce the publication of the article “ Crafting for Change. Two co-creation experiences in France and Argentina.“  published by our Sustainable Leader & Designer Natalia Baudoin, in the academic magazine Economía Creativa from Centro University from Mexico. The article analyses the methodology as well as the results of Crafting for change Project that we support...

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Every four years since 1997, the National Intelligence Council has published an unclassified strategic assessment of how key trends and uncertainties might shape the world over the next 20 years to help senior US leaders think and plan for the longer term. The report is timed to be especially relevant for the administration of a newly elected US President, but...

When you are invited to talk in great events about CHANGE, you need to pick one of the two primary options:Option A- be smart, be safe, and tell: The infusion of new disruptive practices will be great, and moving forward it will be greater.Option B- take risks, listen your gut, expose and embrace the uncertainties, and tell:Disruptions empower us to...

The landscape of today’s problems is rapidly changing. While we’ve made significant progress, many existing social challenges continue to grow in magnitude and complexity, and each year new problems arise. That dramatic change will not be driven by traditional thinking. Designing solutions for today’s social problems requires an entrepreneurial approach, a mindset that embodies the characteristics of bold thinkers with...

Word of the day:  Skeuomorphism. This is a term that will be familiar to designers. Skeuomorph /ˈskjuːə(ʊ)mɔːf/ noun: skeuomorph; plural noun: skeuomorphs an object or feature which imitates the design of a similar artefact made from another material.an element of a graphical user interface which mimics a physical object Skeuomorphs are used in design for a number of reasons, sometimes they can be...

This year on April 26th we celebrated the World IP Day but also two years of existence of the Cultural IP Rights Initiative, that we support and endorse from its very beginning. The initiative is designed to be a worldwide movement supporting the recognition of cultural IP rights© for craftsmen and women who are the custodians and transmitters of traditional...

We are proud to share the work outputs of our Global Sustainable Leader & FWO postdoctoral fellow Angela Tacea on "Inter-institutional Power Dynamics in the European Decision-Making Process: an Analysis of the Impact of Rule Change on Policy Outputs" The evolution of the interinstitutional balance of powers has been a constant feature of the European integration process. On the one hand,...

In this webinar you will be able to: Explore key factors for understanding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on your businessReceive concrete guidance and sustainable solutions for building a business continuity plan, resilience and moderate annual exercises to ensure your plan as to efficiently mitigate realistic disruptionAnalyze the impacts on your business diagnosisApply an immediate COVID-19 Response and Management of...

We are happy & proud to share with you the report of our international partner Cultural IP Rights Initiative: Profiles of textile Artisans in Kutch, Gujarat, India. A synopsis of the Report is available here: Synopsis The innovative character of this field study stems from the cross-disciplinary approach and the exclusive focus on the textile artisan