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.