During a Lunch time discussion at Sweden's innovation funding agency, Vinnova, Banny spoke about the dire need for System Transformation.
Banny Banerjee explains Systems Acupuncture: a theory, framework, process and tool that integrates systems thinking, design thinking, scale architecture, resilience theory, leverage points, economic complexity, behavioral economics, social psychology, diffusion theory, integrated and multi-outcome intervention design. Banerjee shows that it is critical to embrace complexity and incorporate system innovation into practice and process.
At the Workforce & Learning Pathways In A Period Of Dynamic Change Conference by MediaX, Banny Banerjee spoke about the need for Systems Leadership as we enter an era marked by rapid changes, complex challenges, and constant uncertainty.
We need an unprecedented nature of innovation if we are to address the challenges of our time. Traditional innovation methodologies such as human-centered design are excellent for designing products and services, but how do we address complex, scaled, and critical challenges that are systemic in nature? Professor Banny Banerjee will speak about the mindsets, processes, and skill sets that comprise systems leadership—the type of leadership that is urgently needed at all levels.
We are moving from an experience economy to a transformation economy. The design field is in the midst of one of the biggest revolutions in its history, and design is being leveraged in completely new ways. As the field undergoes a huge upheaval, it opens up new questions for those within various design disciplines and those who might be in a position to use designers in new ways. Banny Banerjee explores the larger transformations taking place in the field, as well as some of the implications and questions that arise as we enter a future marked by turbulence and grand challenges.
At TEDxStanford, Banny Banerjee talks about how a fish hook question led him to developing a framework around depolarizing seemingly opposing concepts.
Banny Banerjee talks at the Stockholm School Of Entrepreneurship about driving future change through design thinking and how this will change the way we operate in business.