The creative paradox | Daniel Ospina | TEDxUHasselt





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Published on May 11, 2017

Have you ever had a great idea just to realize moments after that someone had already done it? How much of our potential is wasted on redundancy? Our personal habits and the current structure of our organizations are limiting our ability to find creative solutions. In his talk for TEDxUHasselt 2017, Daniel Ospina explains how an insight into this problem led him on a quest to enable organizations to leverage Deep Diversity and create systems conducive to continuous improvement, radical innovation, and more engaging lives.

Daniel's inclination for systems and design has led him to bridge industry, academia, and the arts.

At Conductal, Daniel applies insights from his creative background and Social System Design to help small organizations to scale and large organizations to understand communities and develop a culture of innovation.

Beyond Conductal, Daniel is a visiting lecturer on System Design at Said Business School (Oxford University), an Associate Fellow of London University, and a Co-founder and Steering Group Lead at Crossmodalism (an international community bridging artists, scientists, designer, and entrepreneurs).

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx


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