Category Learning Re-imagined

12 thoughts on social innovation

Last year, I spent a few months meeting and interviewing people, who are social innovators in Greece and beyond, strategy experts and learning/education professionals. Through that experience, through listening, studying different organizations and leaders, as well as from my personal experience working with social initiatives (esp. Education and Youth), here are 12 thoughts, which I […]

Another kind of sustainability

When we usually refer to the term sustainability, our mind automatically goes to 3 things: a. Financial sustainability, i.e. how does an organization make sure it survives and scales in the long run and creates profits/covers its expenses, based on its business model b. structural sustainability, i.e. how does my organization, its structures and processes ensure […]

The present of presence in the present

I love words. If I was not in Education, I would probably like to be either a writer or a glossologist, a journalist or even better a professional blogger. For me, words, their structure, their letters, the verbs and their tenses, the adjectives, the position of the words in a sentence is pure magic! Once […]

Changing the discussion…is that enough?

We all talk about the need to change and the need to innovate in order to accomplish that. We agree. A famous quote, a favorite of mine, is what Einstein said “The definition of insanity is to do the same thing again and again and expect a different result.” So, indeed, if we want to […]

The definition of insanity in Education.

As per Albert Einstein, the definition of insanity is doing the same things and expecting a different result. So, indeed, most of us are insane. I will not go into how we function in relationships, career etc, as it will probably be a way too long post, but I will go to something we all […]