Today, we are headed to a small village in the south of France to talk to Madelynn Martiniere about her work in designing, activating, and scaling open innovation ecosystems for a more equitable and sustainable future.
In our conversation, Madelynn and I talk about the importance of finding community and belonging, what role technology can play in driving systemic change and what it means to design an ideal world.
Madelynn Martiniere is a global strategist and facilitator working with innovators, entrepreneurs and executives to design, activate, and scale open innovation ecosystems for a more equitable and sustainable future. She is currently Managing Partner at Armillaria, an ecosystems design lab working to co-create critical digital infrastructure for a more thriving world. An avid permaculturist, when not working on systems change, she can be found working in the garden.
Listen to the full episode to hear:
- How technology’s desire to simplify concepts impacts our ability to see interconnection and complexity
- Why we can’t enter a community looking to validate a hypothesis
- The tension in recognizing our locus of control
- The challenges in wanting it done and wanting to be the one to do it
Learn More About Madelynn Martiniere:
- Twitter: @mmartiniere
- Connect with Madelynn on LinkedIn
- Design Principles for Systems Change: Cooperative
- Design Principles for Systems Change: Humanity-Centered
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