Category Archives: innovation

How learning works (The art of good practice)

I wrote about Rodney Mullen before. He’s one of my childhood heroes, and keeps on amazing me still (and these days not only by his insane tricks). In a recent talk on the Strata 2014-event Mullen talks about how learning

How learning works (The art of good practice)

I wrote about Rodney Mullen before. He’s one of my childhood heroes, and keeps on amazing me still (and these days not only by his insane tricks). In a recent talk on the Strata 2014-event Mullen talks about how learning

The role of children and young people in sustainable entrepreneurship

When we’re talking about sustainability, we’re talking about future generations. We’re talking about the future of our kids, of the children growing up in a world where material scarcity is an everyday challenge. In a way you can say that

The role of children and young people in sustainable entrepreneurship

When we’re talking about sustainability, we’re talking about future generations. We’re talking about the future of our kids, of the children growing up in a world where material scarcity is an everyday challenge. In a way you can say that

Rethinking the concept of work

Last week I’ve read, saw and heard several very interesting things on what work is and why we are working the way we are working. I want to share with you 4 posts that go from re-imagining work over how

Rethinking the concept of work

Last week I’ve read, saw and heard several very interesting things on what work is and why we are working the way we are working. I want to share with you 4 posts that go from re-imagining work over how

Economy is not an exact science

A lot of people react strongly when I question stuff everyone takes for granted. The reason I question these things is because no one else is. It’s easy, tempting even, to look at economics and entrepreneurship as an exact science like

Economy is not an exact science

A lot of people react strongly when I question stuff everyone takes for granted. The reason I question these things is because no one else is. It’s easy, tempting even, to look at economics and entrepreneurship as an exact science like

It’s the behavior, stupid!

In my opinion, the most interesting economics branch is that of behavioral economics. Behavioral economy tries to explain why participants make systematic “errors”. Why people are not responding to pricing or quality as you would expect from a homo economicus.

It’s the behavior, stupid!

In my opinion, the most interesting economics branch is that of behavioral economics. Behavioral economy tries to explain why participants make systematic “errors”. Why people are not responding to pricing or quality as you would expect from a homo economicus.

Happy Planet Index

Last week I wrote about the 5 ways to wellbeing as described by the NEF. While I felt it was a good start on creating well being, I wanted to find out more. This is how I stumbled across a

Happy Planet Index

Last week I wrote about the 5 ways to wellbeing as described by the NEF. While I felt it was a good start on creating well being, I wanted to find out more. This is how I stumbled across a

What is school for?

I would like to talk about a project by Seth Godin called “Stop stealing dreams – What is school for?”. The project gained my attention after I watched a TEDx-talk by Seth Godin a few months ago. Even though I

What is school for?

I would like to talk about a project by Seth Godin called “Stop stealing dreams – What is school for?”. The project gained my attention after I watched a TEDx-talk by Seth Godin a few months ago. Even though I