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"doing stuff. tech + people + good."
I'm a business designer busy with the fuzzy stuff that connects people + design.
MACPfNE, Central Saint Martins, UAL London + MBA, MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management and Catolica-Nova Business Schools.
Interests: digital communities, storytelling, design thinking, emerging markets, mobile, intrapreneurship, innovation, placemaking, ethnomining, macro environments, STEEPI drivers, Southern Africa, MBA stuff, leadership education, business ethics, pricing strategy, LTV calculations, sustainable business models, insight, knowledge sharing, brand management, lean startup methodology, entrepreneurship, startups, social media opinionated including: facebook, linkedin, twitter etc., personal branding, positive change, non-profit, aid + development, learning by doing, workshops, toolkits, digital strategy, technology, design, social CRM, communities, participation, engagement, narrative, foresight, openIDEO, HCD, Zimbabwe.
I think that having an offline component to the game is not weakening it's strength in concept in anyway.
What makes the concept strong is the blend of both worlds, after all we do live in the physical!
I understand that the recipe books would become outdated, but the the knowledge learnt and gathered over that period - lets say they are published 6 monthly - will act as a both a memoir and as a tool that can be used by people to people community groups.