Contact us to arrange a workshop
How humans take vast amounts of sensory information in and transform it into new ideas and actions matters. New research, by people like Lisa Barrett Feldman, shows how the brain’s use of differing forms of networks compress and abstract information. Aligning our processes with our brains seems a more human-centered approach.
Network Thinking is a model for building learning and project processes that depend upon diversity, storytelling and divergence. It is a response to the normalising bias of Design Thinking which prioritises the needs of a small group.
Network Thinking is embedded into all the workshops and it is the final workshop so people can think about how to design their own workshops and enable more human-centered learning.
If you have any questions then please email me email@example.com.