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Antifragile lifestyle – the art of making the right mistakes

I have been inspired by re-reading Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s book ” Antifragility – Things That Gain from Disorder”. Taleb is a well known philosopher, and to my understanding he is greatly respected among people who really are interested about our future and are living on the edge. And as all great thinkers throughout the history Taleb


Anabel Quan-Haase-Serendipity Models:How We Encounter Information and People in Digital Environments

In this YouTube presentation Anabel Quan – Haase explains some of the results of serendipity research. Watch the clip here  A great overview of the current status of serendipity research. Yet, it surprising how little serious research in this field has been conducted.

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A new arena for serendipity management is under construction

Karostech’s Founder and Partner Ilkka Kakko, Serendipitor, is involved in a new initiative, where new ways of harnessing serendipity will be tested. The Business and Culture Centre Malski in Lahti, Finland, will form an ecosystem where serendipity is respected. The overall community support system consist for instance a state-of the art competence platform and a


Serendipity training starts in Finland

Karostech Ltd and Sovelto, one of the biggest private training companies in Finland, have today agreed that Sovelto will start to offer one day serendipity training to its customers. The key idea is to increase the understanding of serendipity when managing innovation management processes and to help participants create innovation ecosystems that really support harnessing

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The Jester of all Trades

I just finished reading ”The Neo-Generalist” a new book written by my friend Kenneth Mikkelsen and his co-author Richard Martin. I have to admit that it took me a while. It wasn’t that kind of a book, you feel like you have to finish as soon as you have started reading it. This one clearly

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