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Radical Interpretations: Find Your Voice

Through this second half of the year i’m editing a collection of work that will publish as ‘Radical Interpretations’ magazine – a series of imagined futures. I’m currently looking for both established and emergent voices with a vision to share: … Continue reading

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Radical Interpretations: The Learning Economy

My new publishing project is called ‘Radical Interpretations’, and will contain a series of ‘imagined futures’. The intention is to curate a collection of essays, artwork, conversations and ideas with a 3-5 year future focus, but unconstrained by practical implementation. … Continue reading

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Radical Interpretations Magazine: Submissions Open

Radical Interpretations is a publishing project i’m running through 2022: a space for imagined futures that brings together established and emergent voices. My aim is to curate and support a dozen or so articles, and editorial, with strong art design, … Continue reading

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The Great De-Construction of Work (and Place)

The start of the construction of the future of work may be to take everything apart: the great lesson of the Pandemic is the one least learned: that everything (and anything) are possible. That our truths are simply beliefs. That … Continue reading

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Radical Interpretations – Exploring Imagined Futures

What is a radical interpretation of the future of Learning? Or the future of Leadership as our Organisations evolve? What will Society look like as work itself changes? How will we be innovative, creative, productive? Where will technology carry us … Continue reading

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