Between 6 and 8 of February we enjoyed a three day Art of Hosting training in a beautiful old castle in Belgium! Around 70 people participated coming from 10 different countries, with a variety of different mother tongues.
We harnessed the collective intelligence of 20 young #changemakers that designed and implemented an awesome, promising campaign based on the common challenge: “How can we get more people to identify themselves as agents of change?”.
Human connections in organizations are vital. Whether they form as part of long-term relationships or brief encounters, all connections leave indelible traces. Organizations depend on individuals to interact and form connections to accomplish the work of the organization.
More than 40000 people have joined an experiment of collaborative music composition. How does it sound to you? We feel this is a nice, collaborative project it’s worth spreading over, so let’s start this brand-new year being creative!
Collective intelligence tries to understand why, how, when we put a certain number of beings together, human beings, plants, animals, ecosystems…something happens, more or less effectively.
Across the world, everything is changing – the way we live, traditional roles in society, and the way we connect to one another. Recognising this, governments and policy makers are starting to design services with, and not for, people. Increasingly, ordinary citizens begin to see themselves as active agents in shaping their own lives.