I'm open to opportunities in Service Systems Design
I'm open to opportunities in Design for Data
I'm open to opportunities in Org Design
I'm open to opportunities in Design for Social Innovation
When you mix human-centered approaches from Service Design, Action Research and Sociology to Systems, Data and Management, what you get is a Service Systems Designer. That's a person who is quick to apprehend multiple scales, human, business, technological perspectives and facilitate the participatory design of purposeful systems.
As a Service Systems Designer I'd describe myself part Service Designer, part Business and Data Architect.
I can help mediate and create cohesion between human-centered, business and technological roles as a Service Designer, Business Architect, Service/Product Owner or a Project Manager.
Curiosity drives me. Uncertainty and ambiguity inspire me.
In these times when change is a constant, we need to embrace complexity rather than avoid it. Dealing with it requires multi-disciplinary views, valuing and integrating the enriching perspectives of each and every one of us.
To make most of my neo-generalism, I strive to be a collaborative catalyst for the emerging future.