Recently I was asked a few questions by Traintool about using training softs skills online. Below the questions and answers (the original is here, the session was in Dutch which is available here): 1. To what extent to you believe soft skills can be trained online? “Believe” is probably the right verb for this question. … Continue reading 5 Questions from Traintool: Teaching Soft Skills Online
Street-Level Genius: An African Maker Safari
Anita Pyke (Petproject.mobi) moderated a panel with Juliana Rotich (Ushahidi and Afrigadget), Steve Daniels (Makeshift Magazine and writer of Making Do) and John Kidendafor a discussion that was billed as follows: From bicycle-powered mobile phone chargers to a helicopter built from an old Honda Civic and the remains of a crashed 747, Africa has been … Continue reading Street-Level Genius: An African Maker Safari
Open – What Happens When Barriers to Innovation Become Drastically Lower?
The final themed session at Lift 11 France is about OPEN - What happens when barriers to innovation become drastically lower?. From the introduction: The Internet has radically open innovation systems in digital products, content and services. Today, the same is happening to manufacturing, finance, urban services, even health care and life sciences. What will … Continue reading Open – What Happens When Barriers to Innovation Become Drastically Lower?