How do you navigate change?
It's a question we think about often and one that today's world expects us to be comfortable with. Join me each week as I chat with educational leaders and researchers about how they navigate change with design thinking.
From students, to leaders, to researchers, each week I'm sharing stories and strategies about how to develop the mindset and skill set to thrive in today's world.
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"Technology is not destiny. We shape our destiny."
Erik Brynjolfsson joins us to contextualize the changes we are experiencing and to explore in depth how might we shape our destiny, reinventing industries and creating new opportunities that bring everyone shared prosperity.
Like so many others, I walked into the professional world thinking to myself, “I don’t remember reading about this in my textbooks.” It personally took me years to find my place in the professional world while learning how to navigate a rapidly changing society and I know I’m not alone. It’s time to start setting our students up for real success after graduation.
I appreciate the variety of voices and feel energized about the future after hearing these conversations.
So many podcasts drone on and Sabba is refreshing in how she breaks up the conversation and let's the guest go deep.
This podcast is relevant, beneficial, and the hosts and guests do a great job of contextualizing how to use design sprints.
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