Last week I attended the Falling Walls Lab and Conference, a great idea of a german foundation (aka the Falling Walls Foundation) of putting the spotlight on the most innovative ideas of the year and presenting them in a unsual format. The FW Lab brought together 100 young innovators from across the world and from ALL fields of expertise that had to present their ideas in maximum three minutes, questions from the public included. I had the chance to present my research on building a Global Agricultural Policy in order to end world hunger. I`m not the greatest public speaker so I didn`t explain a complex topic very good in 3 minutes. Continue reading “Breaking the Wall of Innovation Utility”
You are always making decisions and communicating them externally. Some decisions are wrong, some are right.
When you are wrong about a decision you made, the right thing to do is to redefine the factors that you took into account during the decision making process and try to come up with a new conclusion.
When you are right, and if this decision is supported by all the factors you took into account, the correct way to move forward with it is to communicate it to third parties and to implement it. Continue reading “When being right is wrong in life?”