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Mabuhay Leanovation !

Here I am! It’s been a month already that I landed here in The Philippines and I’m back in business. This first month was focused mostly on the apartment I am sharing with my Love: fixing paperwork, installation details, internet … Continue reading

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Looking back reaching the destination. Connecting the dots.

I am currently wrapping up this DICoDE project that kept me active for a while now. You can say I’ve been working on it for 18 months, with the focus on writing a book… Or for 2 to 3 years … Continue reading

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DICoDE’s 2 legs: System and Design Thinking

I’ve believed in the concept of “2 legs” for a while. Out of Proximus in 2004, when I designed a start-up based on Gallery (France), but applied to Belgian market, I knew that we need a double B2C and B2B … Continue reading

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What Sharko taught me 10 years ago

I used to write for an online cultural magazine, mostly reports of concerts and interviews of musicians. It was a great way to experiment working inside my field of passion. And to go to concerts for free;o) I’ll always remember … Continue reading

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Apple sharing DiCoDE – Future vision on The Connected Fridge

MacBrains‘ David Borel spotted a very interesting patent from Apple a few days ago: using kitchen surfaces (and Surface is the word;o) for displaying contextual information to the kitchen user. In fact, this is exactly the example I use for … Continue reading

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Microsoft Playing the Boundary Object Game Elegantly

Boundary Object concept is very interesting on technology-driven sectors. And it’s the case for the ones covered by DiCoDE. Writing the first 2 chapters of the book, I highlight the key role of technology in human history and economy, thus … Continue reading

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